By breaking up the biggest banks, conservatives will not be putting asunder what the free market has joined together. Government nurtured these behemoths by weaving an improvident safety net, and by practicing crony capitalism.
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'This loan program has exceeded expectations'
Now Citizen, this is a post about the Automotive Industry. So in that context, I'd really like to hear what George Will has to say on the matter. I have my share of criticisms Benen's work, but this was very well written and even-handed. FBI! CIA!! XYZ!! from MSNBC Blogs Read more »
George Will: The president’s loss of trust
Leaving aside the seriousness of lawlessness, and the corruption of our civic culture by the professionally pious, this past week has been amusing. There was the spectacle of advocates of an ever-larger regulatory government expressing shock about such g from The Saratogian Read more »
The National Labor Relations Board's school-door stand: George Will
The appeals court was deciding whether the National Labor Relations Board has the power to issue the rule requiring nearly 6 million private-sector employers to post notices informing workers of their right to join a union. Failure to post the notice wou from Oregon Live Read more »
George Will overstates Obama's certainty on climate change
George Will is a brilliant columnist and the purpose of this letter is not to rebut his position that President Obama seeks an enlargement in federal power (Opinion, May 20, 2013). But Will once again gets loose with the facts when it comes to climate ch from Syracuse.com Read more »
In search of an honest liberal journalist
Having lived through the Watergate scandal and the impeachment of President Nixon, I recall that one conservative journalist stood out from the pack. As the Washington columnist for National Review, George Will regularly exposed the Nixon administration’ from Power Line Read more »