Bitcoin Loses Over One-Fifth Of Value In Under 24 Hours—Why is Bitcoin so Volatile? Reuters reports that Bitcoin lost over 20 percent of its value within the last 24 hours, sliding from Wednesday’s high of . . .
Classical Economics & Free Trade Depend on 3 Invalid Presumptions—Now What? The era of economic surrender is over, and the rebirth of American industry has begun. ~President Donald J Trump (2017) President Trump says he’ll . . .
Latest Estimates Peg Quarterly GDP Growth at 3.3 Percent—Highest Since 2014 President Trump made economic growth a central component of his campaign platform, and promised that he would deliver three percent economic growth annually—something the . . .
Tax Cuts & Jobs Act Will Create Jobs There are a number of significant problems with the GOP’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. For example, it doesn’t do nearly enough to reduce the Code’s complexity—which . . .
Monopoly Has Become a Bad Word—This Needs to Change Economists love words. They have a word for just about everything, and if they don’t then they’ll make one up. Economics is rife with jargon. But . . .
ESPN Lays Off 150 Employees November 29, 2017- This morning ESPN’s President John Skipper announced that ESPN would be laying off 150 employees. The memo reads as such: Today we are informing approximately 150 people . . .
Highlights From Federal Fumbles: 5 Examples of Wasteful Government Spending US Senator James Lankford (R-OK) is a hero for his work exposing wasteful government spending. For the last three years, the Senator has released a . . .
Just 13 Percent of Likely American Voters Think Bill Clinton is Innocent of Sexual Assault Allegations New polling data from Rasmussen Reports suggests that the political tide is turning against Bill and Hillary Clinton—particularly regarding . . .
Swedish Church Says Pastors May Use Gender Neutral Pronouns in Reference to God Sweden prides itself on being at the forefront of the progressive movement. Generally this manifests itself as the pursuit of political correctness . . .
American Taxpayers Spent $30,000 on a Production of Doggie Hamlet For the last three years Republican Senator James Lankford has released a document called Federal Fumbles, which highlights some of the federal governments most egregious . . .