Tim Geithner is an awful choice for Treasury secretary, but not for the reasons other objectors are suggesting.
Listen to many elected officials or union bosses, and you'd think Wal-Mart was a malicious criminal, exploiting workers and pillaging towns for the benefit of greedy shareholders. But if that's the case, how has Wal-Mart grown from a single shop in a small Arkansas...
It was December 1996 when Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, first questioned if "irrational exuberance" had pushed stock prices too far, too fast. Although his comment sent the market into a brief plunge, history proved Greenspan dead wrong....
Education and Capitalism: How Overcoming Our Fear of Markets and Economics Can Improve America’s Schools
Although government schools maintain a monopoly on public funds, they’ve failed miserably by almost every conceivable benchmark.
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