Did the CIA and the Pentagon Put the Quietus on Tucker Carlson?


The mounting burden of taxation not only undermines individual incentives to increased work and earnings, but in a score of ways discourages capital accumulation and distorts, unbalances, and shrinks production. Total real wealth and income is made smaller than it otherwise would be. On net balance there is more poverty rather than less.
Henry Hazlitt, The Conquest of Poverty [1973]


April 27, 2023

Did the CIA and the Pentagon Put the Quietus on Tucker Carlson?
One hypothesis for why Fox News fired popular television commentator Tucker Carlson is because he had been badmouthing company officials. But are top executives for a major U.S. corporation so sensitive to personal criticism that they’re willing to ditch their most popular commentator for saying some bad things about them? That’s hard to believe. Another hypothesis is that Carlson was also saying bad …

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