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What happens when politicians, conservatives and liberals get together to make economic policy? a recipe for economic catastrophe!

September 1, 2010 by


Written by Orphe P. Divounguy In May 2010, something really odd happened: our “great” allies from the other side of the pond decided on a coalition government between a Conservative party, usually the party associated with lower spending/taxes, and the Liberal-Democrats that promised anything but fiscal adjustments.  The Conservatives promised to cut government spending, and […]

The Economist endorsed David Cameron: The British Conservative Party, the obvious choice for an indebted Britain!

May 7, 2010 by


Article Written By Rémy-Christophe Mariotti I come to contemporary British politics a neophyte.  Not only is this Prime Ministerial election my first venture into the vast and fascinating world of politics in the UK, but heretofore my knowledge of the subject was limited to my youthful enfatuation with the Baroness Thatcher and a few architectural […]

Preserving the American Dream: Free markets vs Government intervention and everything else in between…

April 6, 2010 by


By Orphe P. Divounguy On April 5th 2010 5:30pm, I attended a lecture by prominent economist Irwin M Stelzer, co-founder and former president of National Economic Research Associates, senior director and fellow of the Hudson Institute, former resident scholar and director of regulatory policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute.  Irwin M Stelzer is a […]