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Bachmann’s Campaign Manager and Gary Johnson Endorse Ron Paul

According to the Des Moines Register, Iowa State Senator Kent Sorenson has endorsed Ron Paul. What’s so big about this? He was Michelle Bachmann’s campaign manager and announced his resignation to endorse Dr. Paul. Gary Johnson, who will seek the Libertarian nomination, has also urged supporters to vote for Dr. Paul in the Republican Primaries, […]

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Rick Santorum’s Plan To Fix The Economy

I read a little article on the Huffington Post today about how Rick Santorum claims to have a fail-proof way to fix the economy. To quote Santorum: “Number one, graduate from high school. Number two, get married. Before you have children, If you do those two things, you will be successful economically. What does that […]

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Some fun for Friday

Osama Bin laden was killed on Sunday, May 1. I circled the day on my calendar. The next morning, I sprung out of bed, went down to the US Consulate on University Ave, hoping for a flashmob. When none appeared, I sang a solo rendition of the Star Spangled Banner (staff came out to watch […]

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Congress Makes 2 Good Moves on Ethanol

The 30 year subsidy for corn ethanol is over, as Congress has not extended it. Adding to this, imported ethanol from Brazil will no longer face a tariff. Economically, this means that the US ethanol industry will have to compete fair and square to earn it’s profits. Also, this could slightly reduce the price of […]

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I Discriminated Today

Working in retail, there’s not a week that goes by that I don’t do a return or exchange for a customer.  While I personally don’t have a problem with doing them, there is always that awkward moment where I ask for the customer’s I.D.  My store has a policy that requires valid I.D. when making […]

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Paralyzed with fear

The “Greatest Generation” is only 50 years in our past, but Americans have shackled themselves to so many unnecessary fears that our Greatest Generation might as well be back in the Old Testament. Instead of learning from our grandparents, we've instead thrown their lessons out the window and chosen fear over valor. We Hypnosis To […]

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Those Muslims sure do love women!

For breakfast, lunch and dinner. A French TV correspondent said Friday she thought she was going to die as a crowd of 70 men violently assaulted her near Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where Egyptians have staged days of demonstrations against the interim government. Caroline Sinz, a reporter for France 3, was allegedly assaulted Thursday, her network […]

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Montanans Launch a Recall of Senators Who Voted for NDAA

Senators Max  Baucus and Jonathan Tester voted in favor of the NDAA legislation that allows for the indefinite detention of Americans. As a result, they are now the subject of a recall campaign that has been launched by Montanans. The recall effort is being lead by Montana residents William Crain and Stewart Rhodes. Of important […]

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Dick Morris Reminds Me Why I’m Not A “Conservative”

I think there are no two words in American politics more loaded than “Liberal” and “Conservative”.  When I was in high school I thought I was a “liberal” libertarian.  In my first couple of years in college I thought I was a “conservative” libertarian.  It’s obvious to me now that there are no right or […]

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Your tax dollars at work

The State Department has a lot of expenditures, as one might expect. Travel, embassies around the globe, dinners and the like. One of the costs of State is gifts for foreign leaders. You know, stuff like engraved pens, leather portfolios, artwork, the president's 10 year old biography about doing cocaine… What?? The State Department has […]

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The NewTone™ Bakesale

Remember the delightful bake sales of yesteryear, when mom whipped up a batch of delicious brownies to be sold for 25 ¢, long before peanuts were banned by soccer parents with evolutionarily weak offspring? So passé! Nowadays, we have bake sales where you pay dependent on your worth as a racial class. If you're white, […]

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Will Your Candidate Really Change Things?

The choice seems so clear to me. Ron Paul is easily the best candidate of my lifetime and possibly ever. The man does what he says he will do, upholds the Constitution every time he votes, gives money back to the Treasury at the end of the year and, well, I could write a book […]

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