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Economic Inequality Is Not Increasing. Propaganda Is.

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2016

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It never ends. We are besieged by articles on today’s increasing economic inequality. These articles have three things in common: 1. Each one has a favorite explanation/boogeyman. 2. Each one calls for political reforms to make things more equal. 3. Each one fails to mention Pareto’s 20/80 law. Here is the main problem with these […]

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Tax Calculator (Rigged) for 4 Candidates

Written by Gary North on April 2, 2016

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Someone has created a calculator for estimating the effects of each candidate’s tax reforms. Each candidate has presented a broad view of marginal tax rates. I think this is a clever idea. It gets voters thinking about how each candidate’s programs would fare, other things — e.g., like the economy — being equal. Problem: it […]

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Et Tu, Marco? Rubio Stabs the Conservatives Who Elected Him.

Written by Gary North on March 19, 2016

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“When our friends get into power, they aren’t our friends any more.”– M. Stanton Evans This has become known as “Evans’ law of political perfidy.” My friend Stan Evans was a wise and eloquent man. He was an intellectual leader within the conservative political movement, beginning around 1960. He arrived at Yale in the year […]

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“Take a Dive in November!” Says a Major Neocon Republican

Written by Gary North on March 12, 2016

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The Republican establishment is frantic over Trump. Trump has called the political establishment’s bluff. He has made an end run around their vetting process. This is a replay of Goldwater’s nomination in 1964. The Republican establishment took a dive in that election. It threw the election to Johnson. Now a major neoconservative theorist is recommending […]

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Watergate and Liberty

Written by Gary North on March 5, 2016

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In my Ron Paul Curriculum course on American literature, everything I teach from from 1915 to the present is based on movies. This is where American literature has had its greatest impact, both domestic and foreign. I watched the 1976 movie, All the President’s Men, a few days ago. I had seen it before, but […]

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Bernie Sanders: Keynesian on Steroids

Written by Gary North on February 20, 2016

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If Forrest Gump’s mother were around, she would remind us of this fundamental truth: “Socialism is as socialism does.” With all the hoopla surrounding Bernie Sanders’ campaign, let us apply this principle to his message. As far as I have read, he has not recommended that the federal government nationalize America’s industries. He has not […]

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