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CONFIRMED: US Counterterrorism Agency Can Amass Data On Any Citizen

Still think America is the Land of the Free? CONFIRMED: US Counterterrorism Agency Can Amass Data On Any Citizen Excerpt: As of March 2012, the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) can copy and examine entire government databases to predict possible criminal behavior of any U.S. citizen, Julia Angwin of The Wall Street Journal reports. Previously the agency […]

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Political Parties Suck – G. Washington

The party is not the people, and hasn’t been for a long time. Witness the widespread discontent evidenced by the tea party movements which started in 2009, then add in the discontent amongst progressives turning against Obama and the Democrats, and you have a full blown, anti-party movement going on. More and more people every day are […]

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Government Gone Bad

Once again, Stossel hits it out of the park. No wonder he’s been drummed out of the mainstream media – HE TELLS THE TRUTH Politicians claim they make our lives better by passing laws. But laws rarely improve life. They go wrong. Unintended consequences are inevitable. Most voters don’t pay enough attention to notice. They […]

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Democrats’ Death Tax Hike Could Kill Half Million Farms

Who says that Obama isn’t for the little guy? That’s OK, for the Democrats this is a win-win: Big Food (always a Dem friend) will just take over and they will be millions more on the government dole. Whats NOT to like… More than half a million family farms could be threatened with insolvency when […]

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Just How Deep Is The Rabbit Hole In America?

Worldwide, financial watchdogs are barking for banks to restructure and hold more capital. This, of course, beats and batters a bank’s bottom line. As a result, investors are put off. Can you blame them? The robust returns of the past have been hurt badly. Let’s face it, buying bank stock just ain’t what it used […]

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Crashing Federal Hypocrisy on Pot

Hey, all of you out there who voted for our lord and savior because you thought that Mittens was going to push pot legalization into the dark ages, how do you like him now? Ah, the great American West, where man can generally breathe free and also inhale — woman, too. Thank you, thank you, voters in […]

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Government Spying Out of Control

Watch out – not only are we on the “list” for attempting to be a somewhat of a poor bastion for free speech, I’ll bet that you’ve just been added for reading this. Be careful folks. Big Brother has been here for a while and is only getting worse… After President Richard Nixon was forced […]

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Obama’s Low-Quality College Bailout Will Fuel Skyrocketing Tuition

Obama’s Low-Quality College Bailout Will Fuel Skyrocketing Tuition Excerpt: We wrote earlier about perverse federal financial aid policies that encourage colleges to jack up tuition. Recently, the Obama administration came up with something even worse. It announced a new financial aid policy that will effectively bail out low-quality, high-tuition colleges and especially law schools at taxpayer […]

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Internet vs. Tyranny

The Internet will let people beat tyranny, not any the state. Basically, the state IS tyranny. They can’t work without it. Do you want to know why the Bush administration, Obama and the current Democratic administration want to put curbs on Internet speech? Do you know why China already has curbs on Internet speech? It’s […]

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Pay Differential – Private Sector and Federal Government

A dreadful warning arises, when public sector employment pay and benefits outstrips the remuneration earned by the private employment workers. Even the most hardened government proponent, must succumb to the reality that private business generates real wealth that finances government through taxes. The expenditures of government on all levels are linked to the profitability of […]

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