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After Brexit, Shoot All the Bureaucrats

“Every successful analysis begins with a unified theory.” Some Americans credit Donald Trump for the success of Brexit, while others are saying Trump owes Brexit for bumping his campaign …

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Botched implosion video

Nothing Says ‘Super Bowl’ Party Like Barack Obama Toilet Paper!!Or, if that doesn’t HIT the spot, might I suggest The Obama Punching Bag instead?If you want something done right leave it to the private sector as this botched implosion attempt by the Ru… . . . → Read More: Botched implosion video

Dayton isn’t interested in honesty

The thing that stood out during Tom Hauser’s interview with Gov. Dayton was Gov. Dayton’s insistence that some official government reports were totally accurate while other official government reports were rubbish. For instance, Gov. Dayton insisted that health insurance prices were going up a paltry 4.5%, a statistic that’s been frequently discredited. Here’s what I […]

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Desperate attack vs. the truth hurts

Jeff Johnson’s latest ad is causing quite a stir: Republican gubernatorial candidate Jeff Johnson released a new television ad today that questions the competence of DFL Gov. Mark Dayton. Johnson’s ad is titled “Unaware.” The narrator contends that Dayton was unaware of bonuses paid to “failed Obamacare bureaucrats,” the contents of bills he signed and […]

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Where’s Minnesota’s booming economy?

I’ve written several posts highlighting the fact that the DFL won’t stop yapping about Minnesota’s supposedly great economy. See here, here and here. Though this article won’t prevent the DFL’s spinmeisters from telling everyone within earshot that Minnesota’s economy is fantastic, it gives me this chart to prove the DFL spinmeisters wrong: The key statistic […]

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What Happens When Libertarian Fantasies Become Reality?

No, this post is not about that kind of fantasy. Instead, we’re dealing strictly with public policy and specifically addressing whether the libertarian agenda is unrealistic. This is because when I talk to people about libertarianism, they often will say something mildly supportive such as: “I like the idea of getting government out of my […]

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Government and Great Commercials vs Terrible Commercials (Video)

Not to bring politics into advertising but government and government entities obviously don’t have to worry about commercials generating bottom-line results while the private sector does!Let’s start with the great commercials, one from Beats and the ot… . . . → Read More: Government and Great Commercials vs Terrible Commercials (Video)

Producers vs. Wasters

One of my weekly highlights is reading Glenn Reynolds’ columns for USA Today. This week’s column focuses on “the America that works”: Thanks to the fracking revolution, the air is cleaner, gas is cheaper, and petro-state dictatorships have less geopolitical influence. But this happened not as a result of some big-government program, but as the […] . . . → Read More: Producers vs. Wasters . . . → Read More: Producers vs. Wasters