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Deep State vs. Donald Trump

Trumponomics, if it delivers, will be a supply-side free for all: massive tax cuts, deficit spending to create jobs ... and (in a White House policy outline), “We [the U.S.] will also develop a state- ... read more

Is the Military Really "Depleted" After Years of Record-High Spending?

Last week at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Donald Trump said he would seek a "historic" spending ... But depleted, underfunded, undersized, unready? Please. Defense spending rat... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

On warm, humid nights in late spring and early summer, the iconic tree frogs of the Pine Barrens gather at ponds for their annual mating ritual. Join The New Jersey Conservation Foundation at the Fran... read more

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Trump brings Koch network's green-energy foes from the fringe to the center of power

With Donald Trump's election, however ... But a Department of Energy guided by Koch principles could still create complications. The industrial-scale desert solar operations that power tens of thousan... read more


Hey, Libertarians, Maybe Republicans Just Aren’t That Into You

Libertarian-leaning Republican congressman Mark Sanford got primaried in South Carolina last night by immigration hawk and late-breaking Donald Trump endorsee Katie Harrington ... Mark Meadows (R–N.C. ... read more

Do Scientific Literacy and Numeracy Worsen Climate Denial?

Once again, Dan Kahan and his colleagues at Yale are out with a paper that dramatically challenges–using scientific data–much of what we would like to believe about the relationship between knowing mo... read more

RDA Celebrates 20 years

We’re ultimately trying to create jobs and create new wealth in ... Jon Geitz will participate in the discussion. Emporia Enterprises and the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce had been doing the indust... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more

We're being sold the trickle-down economics con

O'Dwyer said this: We want to grow the economy, we want to create more ... to discretionary spending adds vastly less to the economy than what it loses from the ever-increasing concentration of wealth ... read more

Regime Change and Globalization Fuel Europe’s Refugee and Migrant Crisis

While Donald Trump has made the ... it shows the deeper policy problems facing the Western world as a whole. A return to an approach based on promoting a decent standard of living even among those doi... read more

The Well-Intentioned, Misguided Eco-Doomers

Take industrial agriculture, for example. Do you believe that large scale mechanized farming, with its fertilizers and pesticides, has been a net plus for society? Now I’m not saying industrial agricu... read more

Greek debt crisis: the failure of the euro wasn't just predictable, it was predicted

Just because the euro didn't create a federal government to manage what was now to ... Athens sees itself not as reclaiming a sovereign right to set monetary and fiscal policy surrendered with the ado... read more



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