Dear NY Times: Krugman's Argument for Universal Care is Weak

Fees on business will lead to lower employee wages possibly making health insurance even less affordable.

Dear Fla. Times-Union: Buying Local Hurts Locals

Paying higher prices hurts everyone now and down the road.

Dear NY Times: Bailouts Undermine Themselves

The problem with government bailouts is that they prevent companies from making necessary changes to compete.

Dear WSJ: Market is Risk Regulator

Systemic risks are small when the market is free, voluntary and open to competition.

Dear Wash. Post: 'Lord of Finance' Review Ignores Fact

British return to gold standard caused hardship because the price was set too low.

Dear WSJ: Morici is Wrong on Trade Deficit

Worries about China/U.S. trade is 'unwarranted.'

Dear NY Times: Less Misery Than the '70s, '80s

Despite Krugman's hysteria, the facts don't support his fear.

Dear NY Times: Poverty is No Solace

Norris' 'upside to resisting globalization' may be true, but is little comfort to the poor.

Dear WSJ: Armey's Right

Keynes' impatience led to economic confusion and poor discipline.

Dear WSJ: Higher Wages and Productivity

Yes, higher wages and productivity correlate, but by excluding low-skilled workers.
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