Yes, the court decided the right way, but narrowly and not in a way that should calm the worries of anyone who believes in basic freedoms.
An economics scholar, Dan Thornton, sees a constitutional amendment as the only way to stop the U.S. government from engaging in “too big to fail” bailouts, but the idea appears too noble to pass.
Last week, the Virginia House of Delegates Rules Committee passed, by an 11 – 1 bipartisan majority, a bill to establish “a joint subcommittee to study the feasibility of a United States monetary unit based on a metallic standard, in keeping with the constitutional precepts and our nation’s founding principles….”
A Somewhat Ominous Op-Ed Recalls A Manufactured Ominous Quote – An op-ed in Forbes last week by Bill Wilson is causing some buzz in Wall Street watering holes. Its title is "165 Million Americans Are Dependents of the State: Is Tyranny Next?" Here's a bit of the essay
Vol. XLV, no. 12 | December, 2005
Research Reports - 10/16/1972
An address by E.C. Harwood on October 6, 1972 at the annual meeting of the members of American Institute for Economic Research.
Behavioral Research Council
Procedure for Reviving the Constitution