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Newt Gingrich just one player in welfare reform

Welfare reform has been touted by Bill Clinton as one of the great achievements of his administration. But hold on a minute. GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich […]

Florida insurers sticking it to consumers on PIP

With the state in the vice grip of a crippling recession, Floridians are getting squeezed everywhere they go – at the gas pump, in the grocery checkout, […]

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‘Starving’ Ph.D.s deserve low pay

In this age of mainstream news reporters ignorant of economics, the media rarely trumpets the power and truth of free markets and the laws of Supply and […]

Delray Beach proposes fire tax on residents, businesses

The stage is set for a potentially heated debate at a Jan. 17 public hearing when the Delray Beach City Commission considers adopting a fire fee to […]

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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s new hairstyle

Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s hairstyle may not be the most important topic being discussed in the country right now, but many think it’s a conversation worth having. Even […]

Jewish voters need to wake up to Democrats’ anti-Israel barrage

Three heavy-hitting Jewish organizations attacked the left-wing, Soros-sponsored media giants, the Center for American Progress and Media Matters, as being anti-Israel. This openness on the part of […]

Arnold’s Ramblings 1-05-2012

While watching both MSNBC and Fox News this past week, Arnold had the unfortunate experience of seeing Democrats and Republicans selling their respective talking points, and he […]

Uncle Sam joins car business with $250,000 Chevy Volt

The Chevy Volt, much like former East Germany’s Trabant, is a centralized government planner’s idea of what an automobile should be. The Trabant, incidentally, was dubbed one […]

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Internet sales tax

It is time to have an honest discussion about “internet sales tax” and separate fact from fiction. First, this issue is undoubtedly best handled at the federal […]

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What business needs from the Florida Legislature Part 2

Florida’s statewide business leadership has provided Florida’s legislative leaders with a comprehensive list of our needs and concerns. We will be meeting in Tallahassee in just a […]

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Canada’s economic recovery can teach Obama a thing or two

Growing up, whenever anyone handed me change, I always checked it carefully for Canadian coins. They sometimes got stuck in vending machines and weren’t worth quite as […]

Ethics law drives two to quit Boca Raton advisory board

Two long-time members of Boca Raton’s Community Appearance Board have called it quits, citing in part the difficulties of serving on a municipal advisory panel that falls […]