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Monthly Archives: February 2014
The following letter was written by Theodore A. Farley, Jr of Geneva. It was published in the Finger Lakes Times o Sunday, February 16. We are publishing it with the permission of the author. As our nation and Congress continue … Continue reading
Since 1934, the United States has had an Export-Import Bank. The bank is reauthorized every two years, usually with little fanfare. This year may be different, however. Here is what the bank says about itself: The Export-Import Bank of the … Continue reading
In last week’s email to constituents, our congressman, Rep. Tom Reed, complained about the national debt again. Reed pointed to a recent Congressional Budget Office report, The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2014-2024, which projects that annual interest on the national … Continue reading
An article by Rep. Dave Camp (R-MI) titled “How to Fix Our Appalling Tax Code” appeared in the Wall Street Journal on Feb. 25. A heading notes: “Every year Americans spend more than six billion hours and $168 billion to file … Continue reading
Rep. Raúl Rafael Labrador (R-ID) represents Idaho’s 1st congressional district. A libertarian and tea party favorite, he is frequently promoted as the next Speaker of the House. He appeared on “Meet the Press” this month and answered some questions: Congressman, you didn’t … Continue reading
Some say smokers are brave. Knowingly, fearlessly facing early and unpleasant death, they remain calm and carefree. Ought we celebrate their bravery or shake our heads at the foolishness? Similarly, Libertarians would take great risks with our economy. Experts say … Continue reading
Kathleen Parker, in a column printed today in the Elmira Star-Gazette, tells us there is a new GOP. The GOP is no longer the party of NO. The GOP is now unified around a positive program–repeal Obamacare! Her evidence–the vote … Continue reading
In a recent newspaper column, John Stossel explained ride-sharing, an internet service that matches drivers with riders. Those advertising the need for a ride are matched with those offering the same, they do a private deal, money is exchanged. Sound … Continue reading
The following letter was written by Brad Prozeller of Waterloo, New York, and was published in the Finger Lakes Times on February 16. We publish it with Mr. Prozeller’s permission. To the Editor: Most of the criticism I have heard … Continue reading