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Banks Gambling with Our Lives Again

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Once again we find banks gambling—taking risks at the expense of the public. Because 2008-09 was so much fun… let’s do it, again!! Hey, aren’t you glad John Boehner and his buddies passed that $1.1-trillion spending bill, which also reportedly

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Sydney Hostage Tragedy and Its American Cousin

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Some thoughts on the Sydney hostage tragedy. Just a few days ago a dangerous and deadly hostage ordeal unfolded in Sydney, Australia.  According to news reports the Muslim man who perpetrated the event is a self proclaimed minister of the

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Electric Cars, Ethanol Harm the Environment

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You have probably known this for a long time, but it is nice to see the Associated Press admit electric cars are not green. People who own all-electric cars where coal generates the power may think they are helping the

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Texan Beer Rebels against the Evil Corporate-State Empire

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The state is protecting big business and exploiting the little guy, but Texan beer rebels are fighting back. I suspect some of my readers might be the kind of conservatives who don’t believe in drinking alcohol. You are free to

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Congress Uses Budget Crunch to Hurt Pensions

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A law to hurt pensions was slipped into the huge spending bill. Crammed within the “we have to pass it, so you can find out what’s in it” over-a-trillion-dollars spending plan currently moving through Congress with no one but the

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Obama: We Need Amnesty Because of Mary and Joseph

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Did you know that the adage “People who live in glass houses should not throw stones” came from the Bible? According to President Obama it did. (It didn’t.) But then he rewrites the law to suit his political needs, why

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Political Fraud in Kansas

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Harry Reid set up a total political fraud on Kansas voters and has no fear of voters making him pay. The most disappointing thing about current American “leadership” is not simply that none of them will do things in the

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The Gold-Plated Obamacare Plan You Don't Get

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With so much going on around the world and here at home, it’s easy to overlook a minor story about the president having a sore throat, but President Obama’s doctor visit is illustrative of some of the problems with the

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Congress to Make Taxpayers Bail Out Bank Gambles

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The new budget includes provisions to force Americans to underwrite bank gambles in the derivatives market. Michael Snyder writes at the Economic Collapse blog: “New Law Would Make Taxpayers Potentially Liable For TRILLIONS In Derivatives Losses.” If the quadrillion dollar

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Is Obama Pulling an Amnesty Bait and Switch?

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A funny thing happened on the way to Obama signing his executive order giving amnesty to 5 million plus illegal aliens. He didn’t sign it. The National Archives have confirmed that while Obama signed two executive orders in Las Vegas

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Would a Government Shutdown Really Be So Bad?

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A government shutdown seems more and more like a corruption shutdown. I won’t get into an extended discussion of how Republicans are abjectly stupid in addition to spineless–the mere fact they’re publicly expressing concern about not wanting to “shut down

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Climategate, Five Years Later

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Calvin Beisner writes about the aftershocks of Climategate. I’ve known Calvin Beisner for a long, long… long time. I’ve interviewed him and followed his efforts. I know that he’s a man who does his homework. He has to, on this

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