$600/Day Fine for Feeding Kids for Free

Written by Gary North on August 16, 2012

A woman in Chester township in Philadelphia gives a free meal to children in her neighborhood every day. She does this from her home. The town council found out about this. It ordered her to stop this assault on the integrity of her neighborhood. This must be nipped in the bud. If she is allowed […]

Continue reading →

Dan Quayle Was Right . . . About Unwed Mothers

Written by Gary North on May 29, 2012

In 1977, I was scheduled to get an appointment for a nob with newly elected Congressman Dan Quayle. His Administrative Assistant did not want me on the staff — too much competition, I think. He was your standard government-issue gray sludge A.A. So, he told Quayle I had never come in. That was one of […]

Continue reading →

Busted Boomers: Why Their 401(k) Plans Are in Ruins

Written by Gary North on December 21, 2011

The problem is getting attention, but this Wall Street Journal story caught my attention. The  median household headed by a person aged 60 to 62 with a 401(k) account has less than one-quarter of what is needed in that account to maintain its standard of living in retirement, according to data compiled by the Federal […]

Continue reading →

Running Scared: Middle Class in California

Written by Gary North on December 13, 2011

I grew up in California. It was a middle-class place. Where I grew up, Manhattan Beach, is today an enclave for the rich. A home that my parents bought for $8,000 would sell for $1 million today. Meanwhile, the middle-class is fading. It is no longer in the majority in California. Three decades ago, 60 […]

Continue reading →