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Economy In Turmoil Can’t 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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The Tyrannical Media Complex

(CAPTION GE OWNS MSNBC) 7/11/09 – The Tyrannical media complex By Brock Eastman I’ve been thinking about how Thomas Jefferson believed that where the free press exists, so will freedom.  Jefferson didn’t know that television, radio and the internet would exist in the future, or how these tools would be used for the purposes of […]

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My Debate With A Socialist (Argument #2)

by Jim Anderson Interestingly enough, he agreed by saying that I was “right on multiple fronts” and then expressed three points that he and me agreed upon: 1) “We should have a position on whether or not the government should control industry. If you read the article [“What is Socialism” by Eric Ruder], socialists are […]

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Congress’s Travel Tab Swells 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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Teens…and Taxes?

by Todd Andrew Barnett The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has issued a new video focusing on teens who, if they work at a summer job or on the weekends, must “learn what taxes are all about” and “need a few basics” about them before they spend that first paycheck at the mall. According to the […]

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The Age Of Innocence

by Mara MacSeoinin, UK Michael Jackson’s death was received with a surprising – and to many, a disproportionate – outpouring of grief on the streets of England. It was not only those of us who had grown up with his music and astonishing dance routines, who remembered him as the first black singer to appear […]

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