Cliff Kincaid

Cliff Kincaid is a conservative journalist and commentator. 

Latest by Cliff Kincaid in Chronicles

  • February 2004

    The Tobin Tax

    A closed-door meeting of nongovernmental organizations (NGO’s) was held on January 16, 2003, in Washington, D.C., to consider how to “reform” “the global financial architecture” in order “to stabilize the world economy, reduce poverty and inequality, uphold fundamental rights, and protect the environment.”

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  • January 2004

    See, I Told You So

    In commenting on the reaction to Rush Limbaugh’s drug addiction, fellow radio talk-show host Michael Savage used the biblical quotation, “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.”

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  • August 1998

    A Global IRS?

    The global economy is out of control, and the global brains at the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank are not quite sure what to do about it.

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  • December 1997

    How Jesse Helms Saved the U.N.

    Mom and Dad went to the beach and all I got was this lousy T-shirt." This saying captures a bad joke that is played on kids. But when you're chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and end up with a lousy T-shirt, it shouldn't be a laughing matter.

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  • March 1995

    The Real Rush Limbaugh

    After I authored a Washington Post article critical of Rush Limbaugh from a conservative perspective, William Kristol of the Project on the Republican Future took me to task, telling a reporter that I had judged the popular talk show host by "extreme standards." Limbaugh, he said, is "plenty conservative for me."

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