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FBI Attacks Apple for Offering Privacy to Customers

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Why would we see a story about how the FBI attacks Apple and Google? Quite simply, because they hate the fact that the public is rebelling against their own lawlessness (if not the FBI’s, then at least the NSA’s). Thanks

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Walmart Banking May Help People Other Banks Won’t

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When reading about this proposal for Walmart  banking originally I took an attitude of wait-and-see. Here’s the New York Times story about Walmart’s new offering: “Walmart Prepares to Offer Low-Cost Checking Accounts.” Here comes Wal-Bank. After years of thwarted efforts to

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Global Warming Cred: Are Rockefellers Stupid or Frauds?

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This is such transparent foolishness that I want to think the Rockefellers have to be following a crafty plan designed to fool people.  But it is hard to be certain. People deceive themselves and make stupid decisions all the time.

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Joe Biden Reminds Us Who Owns the Country

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Here is just another piece of evidence showing who owns the country–the wealthy. From the local Aspen Daily News out of Colorado we read, Vice President Joe Biden is in town through this evening for an event sponsored by the

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What Does Regular Pepsi Have to Do with the Declaration of Independence?

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Selling regular Pepsi can put you in strange company—like that of the Founding Fathers, the signers of the Declaration of Independence. To see what I mean, take a look at this quiz, “How Much Do You Know about Liberty?” from

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Marc Faber Says McDonald’s Decline Means the Economy Will Decline

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CNBC interviewed Marc Faber recently, and he pointed to happenings with McDonald’s. Via CNBC: On Tuesday, McDonald’s reported that global same-store sales in August fell 3.7 percent in August, well short of expectations. The worst drop occurred in the Asia-Pacific

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Government Threatened Yahoo To Make It Violate Constitution and Users' Privacy

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It was 2008 and no one knew that the government threatened Yahoo. Until now. One of the tools of the terror security state (or insecurity state) is that they can bind you to secrecy so that you are completely isolated

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Gambling Prohibition, Monopolies, and the “Trump” Bankruptcies: A Lesson for Conservatives

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In case I get accused of libertarianism (again!), since I am writing criticisms of gambling prohibition, let me just say that I am not one. I am a Christian who thinks the Bible is the authoritative word of God that

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Ralph Nader Shows Bipartisanship that Conservatives Can Join

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How often does the Heritage Foundation publish that Ralph Nader shows bipartisanship that is good for conservatives? But the Daily Signal basically promoted Ralph Nader’s HuffPo editorial about Left and Right working together to terminate the Export-Import Bank. I have

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The Hypocrisy of the War Against the Lemonade Stand

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Kudos to the city leadership of Dunedin, Florida for exercising common-sense in regards to a young man’s lemonade stand. And kudos to T.J. Guerrero’s parents for doing an obviously great job of rearing a wise and responsible young man. The

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Wage Protesters Blocked Traffic to Get Fast Food Industry to Hire Robots

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Here’s how the New York Times begins its story about wage protesters: Hundreds of fast-food workers and labor allies demanding a $15-an-hour wage were arrested in sit-ins around the country on Thursday, as the protesters used civil disobedience to call

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New Obamacare Tax Imposed by L.A. Restaurants on Customers

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I guess the surcharge is not technically a new Obamacare tax because it is only imposed on those who patronize L.A. restaurants. But since these restaurants are trying to recoup losses imposed by Obamacare, it seems like a tax to

Posted in Business, Economy, Federal Reserve, Healthcare, Obamacare