Month: October 2003

Legendre’s Lesson: Leave us alone!

* Originally published in the Tuscaloosa News on October 19, 2003.In a small victory for capitalism last week, the French government announced plans to reassess the 35-hour workweek’s impact on its shrinking economy, high unemployment rate and growing deficit.The defenders of the petite schedule can blame their own laziness for…

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Memo to Gov. Warner: Sixty-Five Spells Defeat

* Originally published in the American Spectator on October 12, 2004.Virginia Gov. Mark Warner evoked the Deep South last week to rationalize his $1 billion tax increase, saying that if low-taxes were the “criteria for success” then “Alabama and Mississippi would be leading the nation.” I’ll gladly offer the governor…

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