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Frontrunning: April 10

  • Euro hovers above one-month low as French election nerves grow (Reuters)
  • French Election Risk Reawakens as Bonds Drop, Volatility Jumps (BBG)
  • Hopes fade for U.S. bank earnings despite rally in financial shares (Reuters)
  • Skepticism Grows About Higher Fed Rates Helping Banks’ Margins (BBG)
  • Record Bond Issuance Signals Doubts About Economy (WSJ)

When Government Evil Triumphs, Freedom Falls

"No matter how you rationalize it, the lesser of two evils is still evil." It is often said that if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great. Unfortunately, the American government has been the opposite of good for too long now... "

 

If What Susan Rice Did Wasn't Illegal, It Should Be

If her actions were indeed totally by the books, we need to use this incident as a rallying call to reform the laws immediately. Likewise, Donald Trump should be pushing such reform tirelessly from his bully pulpit, but given his authoritarian nature I doubt he will. Fortunately, Rand Paul is heeding the call.

Hungary Passes Law Targeting Soros University

Hungarian lawmakers from Prime Minister Viktor Orba's Fidesz party approved a law that could force a university founded by financier George Soros out of the country despite a protest against the plan in Budapest and condemnation abroad.