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How Reagan, Not Fate, Brought Down the Berlin Wall

How Reagan, Not Fate, Brought Down the Berlin Wall

On the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, it’s easy to see the collapse of the Soviet Bloc as something that was inevitable. That’s essentially the way the event is being taught today at universities and colleges around
Reagan's California: The 'Creative Society'

Reagan's California: The 'Creative Society'

Ronald Reagan was a son of the Midwest, but it’s only natural that he would find and make his home in California.  Reagan’s California, from the 1930s to the early 1990s, was a place for dreamers and innovators. A place
'The Economist' Misses the Point on Crony Capitalism

'The Economist' Misses the Point on Crony Capitalism

The Economist’s latest cover story warns readers of “The New Age of Crony Capitalism.” The magazine’s editors are to be commended for shining a journalistic light on cronyism’s rise and the corrosive effects of rent-seeking behavior. The Economist does a
Does Ukrainian Crisis Give Iran Breathing Room?

Does Ukrainian Crisis Give Iran Breathing Room?

The Obama Administration strategy for containing Iran’s nuclear program rests on cooperation from Russia, but that cooperation will be sorely tested as the crisis in Ukraine escalates. While State Department spokesman Jennifer Psaki says that she expects Russia to “remain an active
Crony Capitalists, Obama Fundraisers Love Obamacare

Crony Capitalists, Obama Fundraisers Love Obamacare

Take a quick glance at ObamaCare’s busted multimillion-dollar website and the 3.5 million health insurance cancelation notices hitting American mailboxes and you might be tempted to dub the whole thing a disaster. But it’s not — at least not for the politically-connected

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