There are records, and then there are records. A month ago, I blogged that President Barack Obama’s Federal Register, the daily depository of rules and regulations, stood at 81,640 pages for 2016. That topped the all-time record—also held by Obama—of 81,405 […]
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Amazon’s deals, sales, special offers on Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets, Fire TV streaming media players, Echo devices, Dash Buttons and more. These deals end soon so you better get them now or forever regret it until the day you die […]
There are two things I’ve not done in a while. The first of them is to answer some of the questions that come pouring in. My apologies to all those unanswered – lack of response due to volume, not bad manners. McDonald’s […]
Gold has subsided that last two months — giving back much of the stellar gain the metal enjoyed at the beginning of 2016, to a current $1,130 per ounce. But news this week suggests bullion may be about to get […]
The Capital Cycle: Junior Mining Goethe, the poet-philosopher, wrote: “I find more and more that it is well to be on the side of the minority, since it is always the motre intelligent. The urge that first sent me on […]
Some years ago, back when people sent mail, a letter arrived in my mailbox with a return address of Buffalo, New York. It was from my friend Ralph Raico (1936-2016), the famed historian of liberalism who died recently. I wondered […]