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“Governments only have spending power and faux swagger insofar as they arrogate to themselves a rising percentage of the production created by capitalistic endeavor. In other words, capitalism is the source of congressional largesse. In 2020, Congress chose to use the wealth extracted from capitalists in order to make hiring quite a bit more expensive for capitalists.” ~ John TamnyREAD MORE
“China is deeply concerned with its global image and is also highly sensitive to having its narrative broken. The best ways to annoy China are ultimately to shine sunlight on its lies and to restore our confidence in ourselves as a civilization that treasures individual liberty rather than kicking ourselves down the road of self-pity and regret.” ~ Ethan YangREAD MORE
“Light-vehicle sales eased back to the middle of the recent range in May. A semiconductor shortage is disrupting production and likely distorting sales, inventories, and prices.” – Robert HughesREAD MORE
“Rising economic activity is driving a strengthening labor market and pushing unemployment benefit claims lower.” – Robert HughesREAD MORE
“In place of helplessness, we can choose not to participate in lies. ‘Let their rule hold not through me!’ is the key to our liberation. We can be open and eager for public jousting and arguments from diverse points of view. If this is too much to ask, we will lose our remaining freedoms.” ~ Barry BrownsteinREAD MORE
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