Archive for April 14, 2011

Amy Holmes, Katie Pavlich and Kristen Soltis talk about an America that’s ready for Dagny Taggart, Hank Rearden and John Galt. John Fund & Stephen Moore of the Wall Street Journal have their analysis as well.

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Millions of Tea Party supporters have rallied over the past two years, many have brought with them signs like those above—referencing Atlas Shrugged. As you rally on April 15th for your local Tax Day protest, I urge you to go see this important film.

The film is set in a not-so-distant future in which government has taken control of the means of production, bureaucrats have impose harmful regulations on businesses and turmoil in the Middle East has sent oil prices skyrocketing. Sound familiar?

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From CNBC:

New claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, bouncing back above the key 400,000 level, while core producer prices clumbed (sic) faster than expected in March, government reports showed on Thursday.

The “Internal Revenue Service” is such a bland name for an agency that stirs so much passion.

With Tax Day just around the corner, the time is right to figure out what the initials “IRS” really stand for.

WARNING: Immature Subject Matter. Viewer discretion is advised.

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