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Shale producers prove the power of the market
7/6/2015 10:01:38 AM  Bruce McQuain
We were told that while oil prices were high, shale oil could be produced at enough of a profit to drill, but too expensive to continue if the prices dropped. But efficiency and technical innovation have overcome that bit of conventional wisdom as Shale

Chicago celebrates 4th of July weekend with 9 dead, 47 wounded
7/6/2015 9:21:00 AM  Jazz Shaw
Yes, it was another dismal holiday in the Windy City, with gang violence running wild. 47 wounded and nine dead, including a seven year old boy whose father – a multiple conviction criminal with recent illegal gun charges – was probably the

A bankruptcy fix for Puerto Rico?
7/6/2015 8:41:05 AM  Jazz Shaw
Last week we talked about the rapidly approaching collapse of Puerto Rico’s economy and the fact that they might be in need of some sort of a bailout. Unfortunately for them, they are not eligible under law to reorganize via Chapter 9 bankruptcy

Greek Finance Minister out, so what's next?
7/6/2015 8:01:29 AM  Jazz Shaw
The people of Greece probably surprised almost nobody when they rejected plans to exercise some financial restraint in exchange for further help from the rest of Europe. (Particularly Germany.) As I was saying on Twitter yesterday, the home of the

Quotes of the day
7/5/2015 8:01:48 PM  Allahpundit
Hispanic leaders are warning of significant damage to Republican White House hopes unless the party's presidential contenders condemn real estate mogul Donald Trump after he's refused to apologize for calling Mexican immigrants rapists and drug

The Obama Administration Has Become Iran's Attorney
7/5/2015 6:31:30 PM  Jeff Dunetz
Reuters is reporting about the Obama administration taking the Iranian side regarding a long list of violations to the interim Joint Plan of Action (JPOA) agreed to at the beginning of April as well as the United Nations Security Council resolutions by

Marching boldly into the New Post-homophobic Christianity
7/5/2015 5:01:52 PM  Jazz Shaw
It wasn’t like we didn’t see this coming but it’s certainly arriving faster and harder than even some of the more conservative estimates would have predicted. Now that gay marriage (or just any old marriage if you prefer) is a

Are religion and science mutually exclusive?
7/5/2015 3:01:30 PM  Jazz Shaw
Jeffrey Tayler, writing at the Atlantic, has a review of a new book by Jerry Coyne titled Faith Versus Fact. In this instance, the review might be even more interesting than the book itself, but it’s a topic which has been a perennial bone of

Texas wants to bring home all its gold
7/5/2015 1:01:44 PM  Jazz Shaw
There were a few readers talking about this story in the open threads yesterday and it’s a curious enough issue that I thought it deserved a look. The Lone Star State recently voted to retrieve all of its holdings in gold from repositories in New

PA governor vetoes privatized liquor sales, says it would raise prices and reduce selection
7/5/2015 11:01:49 AM  Jazz Shaw
If you live in a state where beer, wine and liquor are sold normally though private vendors, Pennsylvania might look like a foreign country to you. In the Keystone State, if you want a case of beer or some hard stuff, you need to go to a state owned and

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