The Budget Sequester’s Silver Lining

Uniting a divided Congress around a major deficit reduction plan was never going to be easy, but it is virtually impossible when the incumbent president campaigns instead of governs and seeks to divide the nation based on how much money people make....
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WSJ: Echoes of the Great Depression

As in the 1930s, policy uncertainty and hostility to business have retarded recovery. At least this time around the political price for economic failure promises to be swift.  By Phil Gramm Oct. 1, 2010 12:01 a.m. ET This may not be your grandfather’s Great Depression, but many aspects of today’s...
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