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To Hell In A Hand Basket

The eruption of government red ink literally defies imagination. The deficit figure topped $863 billion during the month of June alone. Indeed, the number is so massive that it’s hard to put it in context. But consider this: When your editor joined the Reagan campaign in the summer of 1980, the public debt was also […]

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“V” Is For Virus Patrol And The Coming Crash Of The Best Stock Market Quarter In 20 Years

The first paragraph of today’s lead WSJ story basically told you to stop reading. U.S. stocks are on the cusp of wrapping their best quarter in more than 20 years, a remarkable rally after the coronavirus pandemic brought business around the world to a virtual standstill. Well, they got the bolded part right. Here’s the “standstill”, […]

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Orange Man Bad

As the Impeachment Farce neared its pathetic denouement, an optimist might have expected that the virulent Trump Derangement Syndrome infecting the MSM, the Dems and the Washington ruling class would finally die out. Not at all. It’s back with a vengeance, lurking in the sub-text and sotto voce of virtually every headline and utterance from […]

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