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PowerLinks – 12.10.12

Navigating the Christmas Consumer Conundrum Elise Amyx, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics Gallup Economy reported in a recent article that the average U.S. consumer will spend at least $770 on Christmas gifts this year. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 12.07.12

Science Not Way to All Truth Wesley J. Smith, Human Exceptionalism There is a difference between “science” and “scientism.” Science is a very powerful method of gaining and applying knowledge. Egypt’s Draft Constitution: Religious Freedom Undermined Samuel Tadros, National Review Online Egypt’s Islamist president Mohamed Morsi’s latest constitutional declaration removing legal oversight and restraint on his powers has been met with a storm of controversy and protests. Continue Reading...

‘Mary Tyler’ Star: We Need Moore Taxes on the Rich

Celebrated fiscal policy scholar Ed Asner, best known for pretending to be a television news producer on the 1970’s classic sit-com The Mary Tyler Moore Show, is the narrator of a new “educational” cartoon produced by a Teachers Union in California called “Tax the Rich.” Where to begin! Continue Reading...

The FAQs: The Fiscal Cliff Proposals

Now that we know what the fiscal cliff is all about, what are the plans for dealing with it? Below are the four approaches that have been proposed: The Democrats’ Plan Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner offered the White House’s fiscal cliff proposal to Republicans in the last week of November. Continue Reading...