The return of the misery index.
Posted on 14 March 2012.
The return of the misery index.
Posted on 23 June 2011.
Palin argued that QE2 was a dangerous experiment that risked inflation.
Posted on 14 June 2011.
Guest submission by: John Adams What if Sarah had gone to Harvard or Princeton like Obama, Romney, Huntsman and Daniels? If she had gone to an Ivy League school she might have: • Recognized that the 2,000 page Obamacare bill would lead to rationing of health care, end of life counseling and increased costs of [...]
Posted on 16 May 2011.
Suffice it to say, Governor Palin was right again, and she saw it nineteen months before everyone else did–the value of the dollar effects energy commodity prices which can affect prices throughout the economy
Posted on 26 April 2011.
Their greatest fear? The potential for a prescient Palin to become President Palin.
Posted on 25 April 2011.
How did she know? She has real world knowledge. She has run a business. She has been a governor. She actually ran something other than her mouth.
Posted on 24 April 2011.
The big question as Chairman Bernanke gets set for his first quarterly press conference is how Sarah Palin was able to figure out sooner than everyone else that the Federal Reserve’s campaign of quantitative easing wouldn’t work.
Posted on 15 January 2011.
Inflation, as Milton Friedman noted, is nothing more than a tax governments impose on their citizens to pay for bad economic policy.
Posted on 14 January 2011.
In a speech in Phoenix in early November, Governor Palin warned that inflationary pressures were on the rise, particularly in the food and energy sectors.
Posted on 29 November 2010.
A few weeks ago, C4P asked readers and commenters for suggestions for the site. One commenter (H/T Riley4Palin) suggested that we comprehensively highlight Governor Palin’s stance on policy issues. Over the next few months, I will attempt to post on at least one issue per week. It is my hope that this project will help [...]
Posted on 15 November 2010.
In a speech on Monday in Arizona, Governor Palin correctly noted that food prices were rising, and that QE2 would lead to even more inflationary pressure on food, oil, and other commodities. This prompted Sudeep Reddy, a Wall Street Journal reporter to question Governor Palin’s asserting that food prices were rising. Governor Palin then put [...]
Posted on 11 November 2010.
I’ve read some truly moronic claims in the mainstream media the past week, but this may take the cake. Time Magazine, apparently, wants to make the case that the fiscal responsibility and monetary restraint Governor Palin and the Tea Party advocate will result in hyperinflation. You can’t make this up. Ed Morrissey does a masterful [...]
Posted on 10 November 2010.
In a Wall Street Journal editorial yesterday (to which Ian linked), the editors noted the degree of sophistication Governor Palin is bringing to the table as she attempts to focus the nation’s attention on the disastrous repercussions which must result from a further inflating of the currency. Specifically, she referred to QE2, the Fed’s plan [...]
Posted on 10 November 2010.
From Governor Palin’s Facebook page: In his press conference on Monday, President Obama responded to critics of the Federal Reserve’s decision to start a new round of quantitative easing – a fancy term for printing money out of thin air. He claimed this move would drive up U.S. growth rates. He also warned that “the [...]
Posted on 09 November 2010.
R. Patrick Sullivan was at Governor Palin’s speech in Phoenix yesterday and filed this report on his blog: Your humble Drunken Conservatives correspondent was smuggled inside the STAFDA (Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association) trade show in downtown Phoenix to see Sarah Palin give a well-received political speech to an enthusiastic, standing room only crowd. [...]
Posted on 08 November 2010.
Refugees from the 1970s doubtlessly recall the daily parade of bad economic news to which they were treated each evening by the Big Three television networks (back then, due to a lack of competition, they actually had viewers). This period of time was characterized by a stagnant economy, high unemployment and interest rates, double digit [...]
Posted on 07 November 2010.
As Ian pointed out in the Open Thread, Gover Palin will be speaking at the Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association Annual National Convention and Trade Show in Phoenix. National Review obtained some of her remarks, they report: As President Obama prepares for the G20 summit in South Korea this week, Sarah Palin is challenging [...]
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