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Category Archives: Competitive Enterprise Institute

A. Gary Shilling: Trump Deserves Some Credit For The Surge In Stocks

Authored by A. Gary Shilling via Bloomberg.com, Less regulation is one campaign promise made by the president that is coming true… Reducing government regulation is tough. It’s resisted by all those who benefit, including government employees who administer the many programs. Every president since Jimmy Carter has attempted to lower the cost of regulation. At […]

AG Lynch Admits She “Regrets” Tarmac Meeting With Bill Clinton

As yet another member of President Obama's administration desperately attempts to define their own legacy (with words other than "failed", "rigged", or "favoritism"), Attorney General Loretta Lynch put on her gentlest, quietest voice for an 'exit' interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, admitting she "regretted sitting down" with Bill Clinton because "it gave people concern" and […]

YouTube Has Quietly Begun “Censoring” Journalists Who Criticize Government

Submitted by Alice Salles via TheAntiMedia.org, Earlier this month, YouTube, the behemoth video-sharing website was accused of censoring users. Claiming some of their videos had been barred from making money through the company’s ad services, YouTube hosts like Philip DeFranco spoke out against the policy, claiming over “a dozen of his videos had been flagged as […]

US Taxpayer Faces $230 Million Loss As Spain’s ‘Solyndra’ Files For Creditor Protection

"The future of the company seems very black," notes on trader as the bonds and stocks of Spanish renewbles form Abengoa lives up to its name and files for creditor protection, just as we warned was likely. With the stock crashing 70% to 28c and 4-month bonds trading at just 22c on the dollar, market […]

Solyndra 2.0 Nears Bankruptcy As Bonds Collapse To Record Lows

Two weeks ago we introduced you to Abengoa – the Spanish renewable-energy company – that received over $230 million in US taxpayer subsidies and loos set to become Solyndra 2.0. While all the politicians have taken their pound of flesh, Abengoa bonds have collapsed for five days in a row, now trading at record lows […]

Meet Solyndra 2.0: This US-Taxpayer-Subsidized Spanish “Renewables” Firm Is Collapsing

News that bonds and stocks of Abengoa SA – the Spanish renewable-energy company – plunged after a plan to shore up capital failed to reassure investors that it can stop burning cash is likely to have passed many by. But coming just one day after President Obama unleashed his Clean Power Plan, the fact that […]

“Most Liberal Supreme Court Since 1960s” Gives Obama Huge Victory With 6-3 Vote In Favor Of Obamacare

The Supreme Court has ruled that people who bought healthcare coverage through federal exchanges as part of Obamacare can keep subsidies that effectively limit the amount low- and middle-income Americans pay for health insurance to 9.5% of their income or less.  TAX SUBSIDIES UPHELD BY U.S. SUPREME COURT This is, naturally, a huge win for […]

The Regulatory State: Central Planning & Bureaucracy On A Rampage

Submitted by Pater Tenebrarum via Acting-Man.com, The New 10,000 Commandments Report – It’s Worse than Ever Before we begin, we should mention that the US economy has long been one of the least regulated among the major regulatory States of the so-called “free” world, and to a large extent this actually still remains true. This […]

“There’s Going To Be Chaos” – What Is The Worst-Case Outcome Of Today’s Supreme Court Obamacare Hearing

Today, for the second time since 2012, the fate of Obamacare lies in the hands of the Supreme Court, and like last time, it will likely be all about Justice John Roberts ‘ decision. Later today, the US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case of King v. Burwell, the latest challenge to […]

ZeroHedge: 11 Nasty Trends That Will Test America’s Resilience

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Originally posted at Investors.com, The resilience that has long been one of America's remarkable traits was on display in 2013. Not only did businesses create 2 million jobs, but the struggling economy actually grew and profits and stock prices soared […]