Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Cruising the Web

The WSJ explains how the new Nobel Prize award in economics went to two economists whose works demonstrate the weaknesses in Keynesian economics.

The Democrats still can't define who "the rich" are.

Rick Perry seems to be waffling on his opposition to mandates on ethanol. Tsk, tsk. And this when the politics of ethanol in Iowa seems to be evolving.

Thomas Sowell reviews
why Obama's presidency couldn't become the post-racial administration some had hoped for.

Jim Geraghty
links to this site that calculates the amount of money that US taxpayers have lost on the bailout of General Motors. It makes our losses on Solyndra seem like small change. The GM bailout will end up costing us "somewhere between $10 and $20 billion."

The Daily Mail examines wealthy occupying Wall Street,
complete with pictures. Students attending Bard College or living in TriBeCa are not paupers. Neither is Kanye West, Mark Ruffalo, Susan Sarandon, or Russell Simmons.

Barack Obama is running out of excuses.

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