The Conversation Tue 09. 25. 2018.
Kavanaugh Denies Sexual Misconduct In Fox News exclusive: 'I know I'm Telling The Truth'
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Becket Adams, Washington Examiner
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Rich Lowry, NY Post
Yale Law School Cancels Classes So That Students Can Protest Brett Kavanaugh
Emily Zanotti, The Daily Wire
Big Labor Drops Big Dollars On Dems
Bill McMorris, The Washington Free Beacon
The Kavanaugh Circus Could Destroy The Me Too Movement
Alexandra Desanctis, National Review
Carbon Tax Could Give Liberals Vast Power To Grow Federal Government
Steve Forbes, The Hill
Senator Hirono Didn’t Always Tell Men To ‘Shut Up’ And Believe Accusers
John Hund, National Review
Michael Moore Belly-Flopping At The Box office
Monica Showalter, American Thinker
Why Care About Economic Freedom
Richard W. Rahn, The Washington Times
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Tablets, said to be 200 years older than the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi ... show that the ancient kingdom of Eshnunna had wage control and price control. The news ought not to have come as a surprise. For the code of Hammurabi itself (unearthed in 1902), which was promulgated earlier than 2000 B.C., fixed prices, wages, interest rates, and fees. This makes price control at least about 4,000 years old. ...
Ironically, it is those who now wish to return to this ancient totalitarian device who are fondest of calling themselves “progressives.” They are also fond of saying that those who believe in economic liberty “are living in the nineteenth century.” These controlists have yet to learn that they themselves are still living, as the discoveries in Babylonia attest, in the nineteenth century—B.C.!