President Bush and Henry PaulsonThe $700 billion bank bailout plan will use taxpayer money to purchase troubled assets. How does this stack up against the limited federal powers granted by the Constitution?

Money TreeSupporters of big government have been blaming the current economic crisis on the free market. We shoot down five of their anti-free-market fallacies and show where the fault really lies.

obamaIf the language in his first post-election press conference is any indication, Senator Barack Obama will be true to his profligate campaign promises. He pledged in that November 7 press conference a variety of vague new government initiatives that would appear to require massive new federal spending.

global moneyLost in all the Obama furor, the world's leading economic powers — the so-called G-20 nations — are quietly laying plans for a November 15th summit in Washington, D.C., that may effect a revolution in world finance and global governance, a revolution with potentially much greater long-term impact on America than anything on President-elect Obama's agenda.

Chevy emblemIt's no surprise that U.S. automakers are in trouble. Facing massive costs for health insurance, falling demand for mainstay products like trucks and SUVs, and skittish consumers worried about the economy, the Big Three face an uncertain future.

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