Category Archives: Macroeconomics

Should Christians be committed to small government conservatism? | Wintery Knight

Should Christians be committed to small government conservatism? I found a paper (PDF) on the University of Washington web site that makes the case for why Christians ought to care about more than just social issues. Here’s the abstract: What accounts for cross-national … Continue reading

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top 3 countries where MILLIONAIRES invest in real estate

Top 3 Countries for Chinese Real Estate Investors Carole VanSickle Ellis | August 1, 2014 | Chinese real estate investors are so hindered by housing regulations at home that they pour billions of dollars into foreign real estate markets each … Continue reading

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The Pope and Capitalism, by Walter Williams

The Pope and Capitalism December 17, 2013 by Walter Williams Pope Francis, in his apostolic exhortation, levied charges against free market capitalism, denying that “economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in … Continue reading

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Big Democrat City Poverty by Arnold Ahlert

Big Dem Cities, Big Dem Poverty by Arnold Ahlert On Sunday’s ABC This Week telecast, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich squared off with former Clinton Labor secretary Robert Reich, who tried to blame the increase in poverty over the last five years on the GOP. “Here’s the baloney,” … Continue reading

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Is The Takedown Of Gold A Sign That The Entire Global Financial System Is About To Crash? by Michael Synder

   2  2 Somebody out there is sure getting prepared for something really big.  We have just witnessed a takedown of gold and silver unlike anything that we have witnessed in decades.  On Monday, the price of gold had fallen … Continue reading

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“Overpaid and Underworked” Federal Employees… by Jason Richwine

“Overpaid and Underworked” Federal Employees? It’s Not Just a “Perception” Jason Richwine March 1, 2013 at 2:38 pm The Washington Post has a sympathetic article today on federal workers who consider themselves unfair victims of the sequester. Unfortunately, the article … Continue reading

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Busting 5 Myths About the Minimum Wage…by Amy Payne

  When someone says “minimum wage,” what comes to mind? Do you think of teenagers flipping burgers? Or a single parent trying to feed several kids? While President Obama and other proponents of a higher minimum wage want you to … Continue reading

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