Category Archives: Constitution

Juan Williams and NPR-PC Push? Early Voting Negatives, China Trade Surplus, Getting Elected

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Free Speech is Costly

A Baltimore Sun Column by Michael Barnes and Connie Morella, respectively a¬†Democrat and a Republican, and former members of Congress, calls for Public Funding of campaigns to end the “stranglehold” of corporate, union, and institutional money on the election process, … Continue reading

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Online Newspapers- The New Way with E-Readers

¬† New Muse Views May 5 The Wall Street Journal was the first, but others are rapidly following. Doing what? Publishing a full-fledged Online version of the print publication, by subscription. They have decided to use the Apples and Amazons … Continue reading

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News Muse Views

Deficit Spending and Debt Let’s say that economically speaking, deficit spending to induce economic prosperity might be OK IF, and this is a big IF, it is directed at the only areas of the U.S. economy that drives our consumption-based … Continue reading

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