Dear WSJ: People Won't Buy Cars from Bankrupt Companies

But a bailout 'postpones' competitiveness and lessens chance of Big Three survival.

The Media's Top 10 Worst Economic Myths of 2008

BMI's collection of outrageous economic bias for the entire year: From the salmonella outbreak to the media's call for a new, New Deal.

Dear WSJ: Government Can't Even Get Socialism Right

Auto industry and 'sadistic' anti-capitalists.

Dear WSJ: Governments Are Little Different Than Pirates

Like Somali bandits seizing ships, governments seize property under threat of personal harm.

Dear WSJ: Don't Let GM Sell Taxpayers a Lemon

If GM is so innovative why do the company need a bailout?

Dear WSJ: Economic Snake Oil Not Stimulating

Proponents of economic stimulus should listen to Frederic Bastiat.

Journalists Credit Obama for Stock Gains, Ignore Losses

News media apply double standard to president-elect's influence on market fluctuations.

Letter to The Wall Street Journal

A response to Andrew Wilson's op-ed "Five Myths About the Great Depression."

Wall Street Journal Makes Depression Comparison at FDR Memorial

Report ties 'today's anxieties' to worst financial crisis in history and calls current turmoil 'eerie echo.'

Media Mum on Barney Frank's Fannie Mae Love Connection

Democratic House Financial Services Committee Chair promoted GSEs while former 'spouse' was Fannie Mae executive.
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