Thursday, May 31, 2012

Friday, September 30, 2011

Property Rights: The Little Guy's Best Friend

Property rights protects all citizens, not just the elite or the very rich. Time to get back to the Constitution folks.

Paul condemns 'assassinating' al-Awlaki

Paul condemns 'assassinating' al-Awlaki

He makes a valid and very compelling point, what are the consequences for us as citizens of the U.S. when we allow another citizen to be assassinated without being charged, without a trial or conviction? In other words, no due process. What does that mean for the rest of us?

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

The American Spring by Justin Raimondo

The American Spring by Justin Raimondo

The lamestream media still thinks it gets to define what is the mainstream, and that's why every account of the recent Republican Leadership Conference (RLC) "reported" that, yes, Ron Paul won the straw poll, but the real significance of the event was John Huntsman's second place finish. Pointing to the youthfulness and passion of the Paulians, lamestream media outlets invariably also mention the organizational prowess of the Paul Machine in getting their people to these cattle calls. Yet few noted Huntsman's organization also focused on the New Orleans gathering, which not only sent Huntsman's wife and top campaign aides but also paid supporters of Obama's ambassador to Chinato attend. Where did the money come from to undertake this expensive effort?

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Possibly the Last Time to Get Out of the Dollar by Simon Black

Possibly the Last Time to Get Out of the Dollar by Simon Black

It’s no secret that the United States government owes a pretty penny to foreigners. Certainly, what America owes to foreigners pales in comparison to what it owes to Ben Bernanke… but still, $4.45 trillion is no small number, even in these crazy times when terms like “kajillion bajillion” are more appropriate to quantify debt and entitlements.

China is the largest foreign buyer of US Treasuries with around $1.15 trillion in holdings… Japan is the second largest at around $886 billion. Curiously, the trend for China has been down – the Middle Kingdom has been steadily reducing its position since peaking in October 2010....

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Monday, February 28, 2011

The AIDS Catch

More truth about AIDS... get this, AIDS is completely different from HIV, AIDS is not an infectious disease, while HIV is infectious (although very difficult to transmit) yet is only an indicator of high risk behavior.