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Panthers Beat Broncos in Subsidy Bowl 50

As anticipation for Super Bowl 50 builds, one winner has already been decided. When it comes to what team treats its local taxpayers better, the Carolina Panthers blew out the Denver Broncos. 

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Jobs

Announcing quantitative objectives for unemployment and attaching so much weight to them in FOMC policy statements was a mistake.

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Iowa

People tend to vote their pocketbook when they go to the polls every four years to elect a president.

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Steve Forbes

Steve Forbes Pulls No Punches in Exclusive Interview with Money Metals Exchange.

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It is not surprising that growth in GDP would provide a good indicator of voter sentiment between the two main political parties.

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Many of our antipoverty policies have disincentives for beneficiaries to work, marry, save, and invest in their skills. At the same time we’ve reduced the poverty rate, out-of-wedlock births have exploded.

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Planet Earth to Janet Yellen

Coming so soon after the FOMC’s ill-advised interest rate hike last month, yesterday’s FOMC statement underlines how out of touch the Federal Reserve has become about global financial market and economic developments.

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Bear

However unpleasant the sharp correction in global stock markets has been for global portfolio managers and policymakers, it has generated excessive bearishness for the global and economic outlook.

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Yellen

Since the FORM Act provides the Fed with freedom to choose whatever policy rule it deems most effective, it is useful to consider a number of well-known rules and ask what they imply about monetary policy today.

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At the heart of the Fed’s most recent policy judgment error is its failure to recognize the tremendous distortions that have been wrought on global financial markets by years of unusually low interest rates and massive Fed quantitative easing.

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