TV's Assault on the American Businessman
In the real world, is the average businessman a murderer, kidnapper and/or philandering backstabber? If not, why is this the way the businessman is portrayed on television? On TV, anti-business plots outnumbered pro-business ones by almost 4-to-1.
For American Businessmen, Primetime is Crimetime
Entertainment TV: professionals 21 times more dangerous than the mob.
G: Christian Science Monitor notices increase in American charity
B: ABC News leaves out role high taxes play in boosting Internet cigarette sales
U: CNNs Serwer has 70s flashback with stagflation worries
Unhappy Anniversary: Kelos Public Purpose
Its the one-year anniversary of Kelo vs. New London, the infamous eminent domain case. BMI Adviser Dr. Donald Boudreaux explains why Kelo made property rights regressive not progressive in this op-ed that also appears in the June 21 Investors Business Daily.
The Quotable Jefferson
Washington, D.C., July 6
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