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Ben Shapiro

Opinion: The FTX Dog That Didn’t Bark – Ben Shapiro

In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous Sherlock Holmes tale, “Silver Blaze”, the detective investigates the case of a murder of a horse trainer. At first, investigators presume that the murderer of the trainer must have been a stranger to him. But Holmes cracks the case with the revelation that a watchdog remained silent the night

John Stossel

Opinion: Magic Cars – John Stossel

Politicians praise electric cars. If everyone buys them, they say, solar and wind power will replace our need for oil. But that’s absurd. Here is the rest of my list of “inconvenient facts” about electric cars. “The future of the auto industry is electric,” says President Joe Biden. He assumes a vast improvement in batteries.

Social Security and You

Don’t Overthink Social Security Starting Date Questions – Social Security

Photo courtesy of DepositPhotos I frequently get emails from readers who turn a little molehill of an issue into a big mountain of a problem, and it has to do with the starting date for their Social Security benefits. The Social Security retirement application asks a question that goes something like this: “Which month do

Buz Blog

Opinion: Democrat Election Schemes – Buz Williams

“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” – Thomas Jefferson to Charles Yancy, 1816 With the midterm elections still in question while votes are still being counted here in Arizona, and in Nevada and Georgia, many of us were disappointed

John Stossel

Opinion: Election Good, Bad and Ugly – John Stossel

The Good: We have divided government. Since Democrats no longer control Congress, they can’t bankrupt America quite so fast! The Bad: Prediction markets, which I touted as the best guide to elections, didn’t do so well. Yes, they correctly said Republicans would take the House, but they’d also predicted Republicans would take the Senate. Polls

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