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Tag Archives: New York City
A partial response to Snowdon’s Precis: Are the Rich Getting Richer?
Christopher Snowdon has written an interesting article about poverty and prosperity in the United Kingdom. (The article is in the Institute of Economic Affairs Magazine EA can be found here: ) He makes an impassioned argument that the poor have gotten wealthier … Continue reading
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Will Chicago’s “disappeared” have justice?
“Behold, I cry, ‘Violence!’ but I get no answer; I shout for help, but there is no justice. Job 19:7 The Chicago Police Department, in its war on crime, has declared some murders as non-criminal deaths. They have done this, according … Continue reading
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