David Asman Archive
Published December 23, 2011
Some folks think it's crass to mix the spiritual nature of Christmas with the material. But the fact is that the spiritual and the material are much closer than many folks realize.
Published December 16, 2011
It's always the middle-class taxpayers who get squeezed. And they never have the lobbyists or the advocacy groups speaking out for them.
Published December 05, 2011
Instead of journalists asking "gotcha" questions to trip up candidates or to get them to attack each other, Huckabee got three attorneys general to ask serious questions of each candidate individually.
Published December 02, 2011
While the working stiffs of New York have to pay higher prices to the MTA for smelly, late subway and bus rides, the MTA's giving Apple the deal of a lifetime.
Published November 30, 2011
Warm weather in the Northeast has brought out two undesirables -- cockroaches and global warming alarmists. The latter have been going through their usual wailing and beating of chests about the coming end of the world through devastating floods and violent hurricanes.
Published November 16, 2011
We really like Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher. He's never afraid of separating himself from the pack in order to speak up for what he thinks is right. He's spoken out on our show several times against the Fed's money printing, even though Ben Bernanke still denies that's what the Fed's been doing.
Published November 04, 2011
One of the great ironies of Jon Corzine's disastrous, hugely leveraged bet on European debt, is that when he was a senator and a governor, he was lecturing financial firms about the evils of exactly the same kind of leveraged bets.
Published November 02, 2011
Billions of taxpayer dollars are still being wasted on useless government schemes to bail folks out of mortgages they never should have been in. And now, some Congressmen are showing no shame about upping the ante.
Published November 01, 2011
Real courage in corporate America isn't always easy to find. Too often folks on the corporate ladder find it easier and safer to go along to get along. But occasionally you'll find the brave soul willing to stand up against the status quo, no matter what the consequence. Such was the case with William Niskanen.
Published October 26, 2011
Folks who bought the shares at $300 have lost a lot of money, so should we bail them out?