Despite much speculation that huge government agency orders for billions of rounds of ammunition are deliberately designed to result in "de facto" gun control, a more reasoned response is that demand is outstripping supply and it will eventually inevitably come back into balance.
There are 57 ways the sequester could sting you, says Jeanne Sahadi, a senior writer at CNNMoney. The following 57 things are her “somewhat random sampling” of the bad things that could happen when the sequester takes effect. But because I see most of these things instead as good things about the sequester, I have added my comments after the bullet points in her 14 categories.
Fred DeLuca, the founder of Subway, the world's largest restaurant chain, said that he would not be able to start his successful business in today's world of onerous federal regulations.
Russia's presidency of the G20 is coinciding with some very disturbing plans to implement Soviet-style controls over the global economy