At a holiday party yesterday, I met the owner of a high-tech company who has been involved in the sector for more than 20 years. He told me about his career and when he decided to create his own firm ten years ago. We got around to talking about Hillary’s email server. Fred (not his real name) said the FBI could have retrieved her 33,000 emails that were deleted, but did not, because he believes the Bureau was protecting her.
The FBI has become a political agency, not an objective investigate arm of the Justice Department. The Congress should commence a special investigative unit to get to the bottom of the FBI’s role in whitewashing Hillary’s wiping her email server.
Where are the investigative journalists?
We deserve the truth. What did Hillary wipe clean from her server, and why did the FBI bunlge the investigation.
I was interviewed about state taxes just before the November election. Robert Wenzel had this to say about the segment at www.economicpolicyjournal.com:
Murray Sabrin, professor of finance in the Anisfield School of Business, Ramapo College, is just great when it comes to explaining things from a limited government, free market perspective and New Jersey media is beginning to recognize that. He is being asked to appear more and more often on New Jersey news outlets. In the below clip, he appears twice first near the start and then again toward the end.
Florence and I attended the annual gala for BVMI (www.bvmi.org), a nonprofit health center in Hackensack, which honored their “champions” for their volunteer services. I am a founding trustee of BVMI, which treats low-income individuals at no charge, partners with hospitals in the area to provide health care services. BVMI is based on the volunteers in medicine model that began in Hilton Head, SC in the mid-1990s. I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Jack McConnell soon after the Hilton Head facility opened after I read an article in the New York Times about Dr. M.
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The Republicans in the House and Senate have passed their tax bills. Because they have some notable differences, they will have to be reconciled so a final version can be sent to President Trump for his signature. Liberals, predictably, have generally condemned both bills even as conservatives, predictably, have generally commended them. Libertarians have weighed in as well, but unfortunately, not always from a libertarian perspective. What makes tax reform libertarian? Before addressing this question, we need to briefly review the libertarian view of taxation. The libertarian view of taxation is simply that taxes should not exist because taxation is … ”
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