The Roaring Twenties Were Produced by Limiting Government

The Roaring Twenties Were Produced by Limiting Government (via http://www.thebrennerbrief.com)

The decade of the “Roaring Twenties” featured unprecedented prosperity, largely because government minded its own business. When World War I ended in 1918, Americans were discouraged by the economic depression caused by the conversion from war…

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Higher Education And Even Higher Debt

Higher Education And Even Higher Debt (via http://www.thebrennerbrief.com)

Our higher education system is fatally flawed and should be called mis-education. With the large influx in student loans available today from the government, more students are taking a wider diversity of courses than ever on taxpayer dollars. This is not a good thing, as the normal free market forces…

Has Atlas Shrugged? (via http://www.thebrennerbrief.com)

Last month, another 130,000 Americans dropped out of the labor force, The labor participation rate is 63.9 percent, which is roughly the same rate as the 1970s. Unemployment dipped to 7.7 percent as a result of the participation rate, but remains chronically high. Companies such as JC Penney, Google…