In November, Gallup's monthly measure of Americans' economic confidence stood at (-11).  It miraculously…
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Image of the Day: What Explains That Economic Confidence Jump Since November?

In November, Gallup's monthly measure of Americans' economic confidence stood at (-11).  It miraculously jumped to (+4) by December, and according to Gallup "remains considerably higher than it was before last year's presidential election."  How to explain that immediate jolt, not to mention the mainstream media's conspicuous silence in favor of how many scoops of ice cream President Trump allows at the White House?  We'll probably resolve that deep mystery.

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Thursday, June 02 2011

ALEXANDRIA, VA – Timothy Lee, Vice President of Legal and Public Affairs at the Center for Individual Freedom ("CFIF"), issued the following statement today in response to the Department of Education’s release of its final Gainful Employment rule.

“The Department of Education’s final rule on ‘Gainful Employment’ represents the worst in bureaucratic regulatory overreach and will eliminate competition in higher education – an industry that critically needs innovation and multiple options. The Department of Education has poorly handled this issue from the beginning, from a defective Government Accountability Office report to allegations of the department’s collaboration with Wall Street short-sellers. As an organization that works to preserve free market principles against federal government assault, CFIF is extremely displeased with DoEd’s final ruling. I urge Congress once again to strongly consider defunding the Gainful Employment regulations.”

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