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Jeff Harding: Is Ron Paul a Bigot?

There's a lot to like and dislike about him, but such accusations are nothing but political smear

Published on 12.28.2011 3:11 p.m.


Jeff Harding: Conventional Wisdom and Our Stagnating Economy

Perhaps it's time for a 'new' approach, with policies proven to make economies grow and people prosper

Published on 12.23.2011 12:42 p.m.


Jeff Harding: Apple’s Steve Jobs Left His Mark on Technology — and Us

He was a visionary whose efforts changed the world for the better

Published on 10.06.2011 11:54 a.m.


Jeff Harding: The Hoax That Is the Infrastructure Bank

We don't need the BUILD Act, and it won't create a single new job

Published on 09.19.2011 7:10 p.m.


Jeff Harding: Obama Goes ‘Japanese’ — $447 Billion in New Infrastructure Spending

President's proposed American Jobs bill will add debt upon debt with no economic gain

Published on 09.09.2011 3:27 p.m.


Jeff Harding: Profligate U.S. Knocked Off Its Pedestal By S&P

Stripped of its top credit rating for the first time ever, America faces a negative outlook. Read the full report

Published on 08.06.2011 11:40 a.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Treating Economic Crises the Way We Treat Heart Failure

Beta blockers (slow and steady) provide the best course of action, not the short-term fix of stimulants

Published on 04.13.2011 6:36 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Japan’s Struggle to Recover

Massive deficit spending will be necessary as its economy continues to stagnate

Published on 03.14.2011 12:25 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: With GDP, Nothing Is Ever As It Seems

No matter what they say, central planners can't talk the economy into improving

Published on 02.26.2011 2:08 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: California Is No. 2! (In Bankruptcies)

Hawaii takes the nation's top spot in households buckling under debt

Published on 01.05.2011 7:15 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Will the New Tax Bill Create Economic Growth?

The stimulus isn't likely to provide a massive shot in the economy’s arm, but it will lay the foundation for future expansion

Published on 12.23.2010 10:30 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Why Unemployment Will Remain High for Years, Part II

The government and the Fed continue to pursue policies that exacerbate the problem

Published on 12.16.2010 4:19 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Why Unemployment Will Remain High for Years, Part I

Many jobs aren’t coming back, and the lack of 'real capital' will hinder growth

Published on 12.15.2010 9:30 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: What You Should Be Grateful for This Thanksgiving

Reflecting on where we came from can help us appreciate where we are today

Published on 11.25.2010 11:22 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Conservative Affirmative Action

From Dancing with the Stars to politics, it's not right to support mediocrity for ideological reasons

Published on 11.19.2010 5:50 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Is Residential Real Estate Recovering?

Signs point to stagnation ahead, with a turnaround still several years off

Published on 10.12.2010 4:56 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Will We Have Hyperinflation in America?

At this point, none of the economic or political factors point to it

Published on 10.01.2010 6:30 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: The Economics of Mass Destruction, Part II

The fallout of the globalization of failed economic policies

Published on 09.17.2010 10:45 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: The Economics of Mass Destruction, Part I

The power of capital cannot be understated, but it certainly can be misunderstood

Published on 09.16.2010 9:25 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Santa Barbara Bank & Trust and the Downside of Keynesian Economics

Without a new and practical look at economic theory, such tragedies will only be repeated

Published on 06.08.2010 1:00 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Fed’s New Plan to Drain the Pond

Central bank looks to tap money-market funds to shore up credit

Published on 02.18.2010 11:46 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: State of the Economy, Part III

Signs point to continued deleveraging but American entrepreneurialism can get us out of the hole — if government will get out of the way

Published on 02.14.2010 8:40 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: State of the Economy, Part II

Real estate sets off a chain reaction of overwhelming debt and bad investments

Published on 02.13.2010 8:15 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: State of the Economy, Part I

The fundamental question is, what will drive the economy forward?

Published on 02.12.2010 7:26 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Did Unemployment Really Fall to 9.7%?

Maybe, but the numbers are still weak, and chances are we're not yet on the road to recovery

Published on 02.06.2010 2:28 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: It’s Still Not My Fault, and I Feel Your Pain

President Obama’s State of the Union speech shows only that he can talk the talk

Published on 01.28.2010 12:28 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Capitalism Saves Lives, and Haiti is Proof

Two countries endure magnitude-7 earthquakes, but the similarities end in the aftermath

Published on 01.17.2010 12:50 a.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Why 2009 Will Affect the Future for Generations to Come

The year's top 10 economic events created major, fundamental changes

Published on 01.05.2010 8:28 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Housing Market’s Still In Trouble

We haven't hit bottom yet, and an artificially backed bubble will only hinder real economic recovery

Published on 12.06.2009 9:50 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Nobel Peace Prize Goes to ... Obama?

Even the president seems surprised by the announcement

Published on 10.09.2009 5:10 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: The New Deal v. 2.0

Obama makes harsher, anti-capitalist regulations sound so reasonable

Published on 09.14.2009 8:36 p.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Unions vs. Workers

In the tale of Mercury Marine, choppy seas are ahead for Fond du Lac, Wis., and Stillwater, Okla.

Published on 09.07.2009 2:43 a.m.


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The Daily Capitalist: Reluctant Shoppers Prepare Way for Recovery

Saving is the necessary first step for future economic growth

Published on 08.22.2009 12:05 a.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Happy Days at Treasury

Are we serious about financing a record deficit, or are we playing a numbers game?

Published on 08.14.2009 5:46 a.m.


The Daily Capitalist: Cash for Clunkers = Cash for Unions

Who really benefits from this lemon of a program? Hint: It's not you

Published on 08.04.2009 3:48 a.m.


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