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.
Rep. Kevin Brady's Centennial Monetary Commission initiative might point toward a useful policy overhaul.
When life gives you lemons, plant an orange tree. We need an alternative to the Fed's lemons.
Vol. XLV, no. 12 | December, 2005