re "State needs referendums to aid recovery" (The Fort Collins Coloradoan, 9/29/05)
To the Editors:
If an economist performed surgery on a patient, he… more »
The Senate has voted 78-22 to approve John Roberts as the 17th Chief Justice of the United States.
The vote was slightly better than my earlier prediction of 72-28 in this blog posting.
This confirmation was a walk in the park compared to what we'll… more »
The Democrats must be laughing themselves to sleep every night lately as they watch the reputations of prominent Republicans all around them implode.
Some, like Karl Rove (Plame-gate), have no smoking gun or even real likelihood of their having done… more »
see "High Court Enters Campaign Finance Dispute" (AP via UK Guardian)
The absence of Sandra Day O'Connor and her replacement with whom I hope will be a more consitently… more »
My friend Brian Wesbury, one of the best economists around (in my opinion) does not see the same dark clouds around real estate that I do despite the terrible August new home sales figures and growing anecdotal evidence of inventory buildup and longer… more »
See "Senate Panel Endorses Roberts's Nomination as Chief Justice" (NY Times, 9/22/05)
The Senate Judiciary Committee strongly recommended John Roberts as the next Chief… more »
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 16, 2003
NLDC Backs Down,
New London Property Owners Safe For Now
But Push for Legislative Reform Continues
Washington, D.C.-Bowing to an order by Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell,… more »
Hello from Mexico City, everyone. I received an e-mail from some people who are trying to gain support for the proposed economic poison known as Referenda C and D here in Colorado.
Here is my response followed by the original e-mail to me.… more »
I'm on vacation in Mexico with Kristen, celebrating her birthday and our second anniversary...likely our last trip together before the birth of our first child (it's a girl) who should arrive in December!
I will make the occasional post… more »