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Yeah, that’s an “Occupy Wall Street” Protester Defecating on the American Flag! Most Americans are not politically aware. While they can name all 5 finalists on American Idol, they cannot name their Congressman. That explains why we have the morons … Continue reading →
The Daily Bell did an exclusive interview with Steve Forbes. Below are some excerpts from it. Introduction: Steve Forbes is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes Media. He is also Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine. The company’s flagship publication, Forbes, … Continue reading →
The resistance to ObamaCare is about a lot more than the 10th Amendment. The left-wing critics are right: The rage is not about health care. They are also right that similar complaints about big government were heard during the New … Continue reading →
Whether it’s correctly called a movement, a backlash, State declarations of their rights — or in some cases denunciations of federal authority, amounting to the same thing — are on a roll. Gov. Mike Rounds of South Dakota, a Republican, … Continue reading →
Scott Brown’s win in the Massachusetts Special Senate Election could realign the Republican Party around clean government, fiscal discipline, and respect for the Constitution. There is no clearer sign of an impending collapse of power and subsequent political realignment in … Continue reading →
The tea party movement, which shook up the national political debate in 2009, is setting higher goals for the new year. The anti-government activists aim to influence the 2010 elections, and Nashville could serve as their launching pad. Tea Party … Continue reading →
With the economy still struggling, the lawmaker’s libertarian views are getting serious attention. Reporting from Washington – For three decades, Texas congressman and former presidential candidate Ron Paul’s extreme brand of libertarian economics consigned him to the far fringes even … Continue reading →