Monthly Archives: August 2007

techRepublican: Building A Conservative Web Operation

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Ben Stein: How Speculators Exploit Market Fears

Ben Stein takes the speculators to task, heaping unmitigated scorn upon this kind of “entertainment” (because it certainly shouldn’t be confused with analysis): From the article: Here’s a fact: The speculators and hedge fund managers who run today’s stock market … Continue reading

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Mitt's Mormonism

Saw this on the Politico and actually took a few moments to watch the video. The situation is this: Governor Mitt Romney** is being videotaped while on the air at WHO, an Iowa talk radio station. In this interview, they … Continue reading

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