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Economy In Turmoil Can’t Be Fixed With Farcical Regulation

http://www.infowars.com/economy-in-turmoil-cant-be-fixed-with-farcical-regulation/ Re-posted by Craig Pendleton By Bob Chapman The International Forecaster July 8, 2009 The Friday night, June 27th FDIC Financial Follies were presented again at 9:00 pm EST. That is so the public will not hear about the failures. Five U.S. banks with total assets of about $1.04 billion were seized by regulators, pushing […]

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Congress’s Travel Tab Swells

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124650399438184235.html Reposted by Craig Pendleton By Brody Mullins Spending by lawmakers on taxpayer-financed trips abroad has risen sharply in recent years, a Wall Street Journal analysis of travel records shows, involving everything from war-zone visits to trips to exotic spots such as the Galápagos Islands. The spending on overseas travel is up almost tenfold since […]

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Moral Health Care vs. “Universal Health Care”

http://www.theobjectivestandard.com/issues/2007-winter/moral-vs-universal-health-care.asp Re-posted by Craig Pendleton By Lin Zinser and Paul Hsieh Although American scientists, doctors, and businessmen have produced the most advanced medical technology in the world, American health care is in a state of crisis. Technologically, we are surrounded by medical marvels: New “clot buster” drugs enable patients to survive heart attacks that once […]

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Mises Introduces the Austrian School

href=”http://mises.org/story/3512″>http://mises.org/story/3512 Reposted by Craig Pendleton By Mises Daily by Ludwig von Mises When I first came to the university, Carl Menger was nearing the end of his teaching career. There was little attention paid the Austrian School of economics at the university, and I had no interest in it at the time. Around Christmas, 1903, […]

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