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Americans on ObamaCare 51% Strongly Disaprove

Americans are waking up. Yes so it’s a little slower than we expected, but according the latest polling done by the Kaiser Family Foundation it’s happening. The article released by Reuters states that the October Kaiser Poll showed that 51% of likely voters strongly oppose ObamaCare. The view of the law has been roughly evenly […]

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The Slippery Slope To Social Control

When Obama’s healthcare law was first being drafted, there was a lot of talk about death panels and state funded abortions.  And while both of those issues were – and still are – very real concerns, there are countless other parts of the healthcare law that will indirectly change the way Americans behave. According to […]

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Pennsylvania Gets One Step Closer to School Choice

Benjamin Franklin would be proud. The Pennsylvania State Senate voted on Wednesday to pass the SB-1 a school choice Bill being given Bi-Partisian support from it’s Champions, Sen. Jeffrey Piccola (R) and Sen. Anthony Williams (D). According to the press release from the Center for Education Reform: “Kudos to the state’s courageous leadership, who put […]

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We are the “No Longer Silent, Silent Majority”

I wish the mainstream media and other loud mouths would admit that the “Tea Party” is the Silent Majority speaking up. Of course, either they won’t admit it because they have their own special interest agendas (which are not American) to promote or because they can’t recall having heard the majority’s voice before and don’t […]

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Putting The Social Issues Aside

I am a principled Libertarian. I have never voted for a Republican, and had never really planned on it (except maybe Ron Paul). But recently I’ve found myself realizing that this next election is about one thing, and one thing only: the economy. The current condition of the economy absolutely trumps any of the social […]

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Occupy IS Austerity

Remember those protests in Greece where the people rioted to get more STUFF from the government? Well, this is Occupy. 1: Restoration of the living wage. 2: Institute a universal single payer healthcare system. 3: Guaranteed living wage income regardless of employment. 4: Free college education. 5: Begin a fast track process to bring the […]

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Will Republicans Shoot Themselves Down in 2012?

It looks like we are going to have more of the same in our next Republican nominee. Cain is a little different, but still toes the mainstream Republican line. Mitt Romney is whatever his latest audience wants him to be and Rick Perry is a Bilderberg tool. One of these men will likely be the […]

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Obama: I Am Now King!

Remember back with the anointed one was talking to some group or another, I think it was the AHOLE (Angry Hispanic Operating Liberty Exchange) or La Raza or some other group who love him but didn’t get any love back from him – yet that is. At that time, he actually said to them “Look I really […]

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How To Make Perry’s Flat Tax Idea Even Better

Rick Perry finally came out with a great way to fix the tax code: throw it out.  Obviously Perry is not the first person to come up with such an idea, but it’s nice to see a major politician admit that the tax code is oppressive and confusing, and needs to be thrown out.  Problem […]

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Occupy A Clue

Here is the exact quote…”It’s weird protesting on Bay Street. You get there at 9 a.m. and the rich bankers who you want to hurl insults at and change their worldview have been at work for two hours already. And then when it’s time to go, they’re still there. I guess that’s why they call […]

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The Robin Hood Tax

Even if you assume for a sec that Robin Hood actually stole from the rich and gave to the poor – the reality is kind of hidden in the mists of history – the “rich” of that time were rich from THEFT (and taxes), where the rich of today are rich by working for it. […]

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