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Image of the Day: Big Government's Reverse-Midas Touch

From our friends at American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a vivid illustration of big government's reverse-Midas touch -- notice what all of these things have in common:

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September 14, 2018 • 10:02 am

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Questions of the Week
Week of September 11th 2018
Which one of the following is considered to be the country’s first commuter suburb?
Fairfield, Connecticut
Brooklyn Heights, New York
Basking Ridge, New Jersey
Reston, Virginia
Week of September 5th 2018
During which one of the following U.S. President’s administrations was the Executive Office of the President created?
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy
Week of August 29th 2018
When was federal funding first authorized for construction of a nationwide highway system?
1938
1941
1952
1956
Week of August 22nd 2018
Which one of the following famous individuals died aboard the RMS Titanic in April 1912?
James Fisk
Henry Clay Frick
J.P. Morgan
John Jacob Astor, IV
Week of August 15th 2018
After the Revolutionary War, while Thomas Jefferson served as U.S. Ambassador to France and John Adams as Ambassador to England, the fledgling U.S. faced its greatest naval threat from which of the following?
George III of England
Napoleon the Great
The Tsar of Russia
The Barbary Pirates
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Which one of the following is considered to be the country’s first commuter suburb?
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"If Franz Kafka had written about confirmation hearings, he couldn't have come up with a better scenario than the one now unfolding in the US Senate.Brett Kavanaugh, who the day before yesterday was an unimpeachable pillar of the legal establishment, stands accused of a heinous offense that it is almost impossible to definitively rebut.Even if he is completely innocent of the charge that he sexually…[more]
 
 
—Rich Lowry, National Review Editor and Syndicated Columnist
— Rich Lowry, National Review Editor and Syndicated Columnist
 
Liberty Poll   

Which one of the following U.S. Senators do you believe behaved most dishonorably during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court?