Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Wednesday News: At, John Tamny reviews richard Miniter's bestseller on Obama's detached leadership style and Ralph Benko explains why (i.e. capitalism) the world (although not the industrialized world) has never been better than 2012

Politics and Government

In Forbes, John Tamny reviews Richard Minitur's bestseller on Obama's detached leadership style

The Washington Post details backstory of the transition at FreedomWorks

On The Kudlow Report, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is crowned “Conservative of the Year.”

Monetary Reform

At Forbes, Ralph Benko explains why the world has never been better than the year 2012. Capitalism does at least as well for ‘Bob Cratchit’ as it does for ‘Ebenezer Scrooge’.

In The Washington Times, Travis Taylor says millennials should support a return to the gold standard.

From TGSN, Ralph Benko discusses the historical, cultural, and regal dignity to gold in “Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh.”


ATR reveals their “Naughty and Nice List” for 2012


In The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Karen Langley discusses PA lawmakers proposals to tackle state pension shortfalls.

On Pensions & Investments, Kevin Olsen covers Rhode Island’s pension lawsuits.

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