Wednesday May 22
Restrain the Abusive Administative State
Few Americans dread anything more than receiving a letter from the IRS. But imagine a full field audit, with intrusive questions about your activities and spending habits.
Globe and Mail
Why Conrad Black thinks the United States is in decline
For someone who vowed to keep a low profile now that he is back in Canada, Conrad Black has been extremely visible.
The buck stops here
Harry S. Truman became President of the United States when Franklin Delano Roosevelt died during his fourth term as President.
Herald Star Online
Lead, follow or get out of the way
During his uplifting and inspiring inaugural speech delivered on March 4, 1933, our great nation's 32nd president, the Democratic icon Franklin Delano Roosevelt, stated, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself," which further defined us as a positive, can-do nation in facing adversity.
Gundlach: QE Continues, Short Chipotle & Find A Taco Truck
Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine , is better known for his expertise in bonds and fixed income, but he was long the artist Cezanne and gourmet tacos at the Sohn investing conference Wednesday, and made the case that low rates are here for awhile and Chipotle is overpriced.
Pint-sized presidential prodigy: The five-year-old genius who can...
Arden Hayes may just be five but the history buff can list off all 44 U.S. Presidents by heart.
The Grand Junction Sentinel
Fireside with FDR
The Museum of Western Colorado gave folks a chance to interact with Franklin Delano Roosevelt as part of a fundraiser dinner for Two Rivers Chautauqua Wednesday evening.
Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times
Thespians prove 'Trying'
Emerald Pig Theatrical Society presents Trying, a play about trying to hold on to the past, trying to move forward into the future, trying to help, trying to help oneself, trying to change, trying to stay the same.
Red States Prop Up Obama's Weak Economy
Its establishment press acolytes are predictably and dutifully playing along. Government data releases with objectively mediocre results are treated as objects of wonder, while tangible signs of decay get waved off.