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The Value Of Kittens And Worms

The Value Of Kittens And Worms

Michael Kurth August 26, 2021 Comments Off on The Value Of Kittens And Worms

About a year ago, I wrote a column about two little kittens that Bandit, our 110-pound boxer, found in our backyard. They appeared to be about a month old, and someone had just dumped

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Federalism And The Federal Debt

Federalism And The Federal Debt

Michael Kurth August 5, 2021 Comments Off on Federalism And The Federal Debt

Most discussion of our soaring federal debt (now more than $28 trillion) is focused on financial issues such as how much debt is too much for a country (it is now 110 percent of

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The New Economics Of The Left

The New Economics Of The Left

admin June 3, 2021 Comments Off on The New Economics Of The Left

If you want to understand the economic policies of the Biden administration, do not dig up your macroeconomics textbook from your college days because the monetary and fiscal policies of the current administration are

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Trump And The Republican Future

Trump And The Republican Future

Michael Kurth March 25, 2021 Comments Off on Trump And The Republican Future

When Donald Trump spoke to the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), he was largely addressing his core supporters, and he made three things very clear: first, he has no intention of forming a

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Can We Bridge The Political Divide?

Can We Bridge The Political Divide?

Michael Kurth February 11, 2021 Comments Off on Can We Bridge The Political Divide?

Last January, I wrote my column for Lagniappe about the polarization of politics in the United States. I was born in 1946, making me one of the first “baby-boomers.” As I was growing up,

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