Monthly Archives: December 2012

What happened to the US Congress? Currently leaderless and ineffective, it seems to have fallen off the cliff before the economy.

The World’s Greatest Deliberative Body by Kent Ramsay The U.S. Congress. The House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Combined, they make up the greatest deliberative body in the world. Where our elected representatives meet and debate in the open … Continue reading

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What has been mistaken as a ‘free ride’ is coming to the end…

Early Twenty-first Century Fiscal Armageddon In the final week of 2012 we find ourselves watching reruns of politicians of the world accomplishing nothing for great expanses of time only to create drama in the last few days before an economic … Continue reading

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Japan’s Economic Policy is Radioactive

Another year another attempt to twiddle with an economy. When will politicians and their Keynesian lackeys understand that the economy is organic and not something with dials and buttons. The currency war continues and the yen got hammered versus the … Continue reading

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Canada advised to avoid the path taken by Europe and the United States

Canadian Pierre Poilievre Summarizes America’s Collapse: “Everyone Takes, Nobody Makes, Money Is Free, And Money Is Worthless” Great Summary, great advice, hope remains for Canada. Thinking and teamwork seems not the strong suits of either Europe or the United States… … Continue reading

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Joy to the World

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Learn about the Real Fiscal Cliff, read this now

The staggering debt from decades of continuous government borrowing is about to come due Christopher DeMuth, December 24, 2012 It is important to understand that the fiscal cliff is a charade. There are, to be sure, many conscientious debt reformers … Continue reading

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Does the Eurozone and the United States understand real world economics? Let’s ask the Irish, who are looking at Iceland.

The economic return of Iceland has proved that the joke was on us By Dan White, 
Sunday December 16 2012 WAY back in the autumn of 2008, the joke in financial circles was that the only difference between Ireland and … Continue reading

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Looking Back: Robert Bork

As many may know already, Robert Bork passed at age 85. Over the years and particularly during Bork’s rejected nomination to the Supreme Court, many public figures have attributed a variety of idealogical statements to Robert Bork, many of which … Continue reading

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Guns in America, A Problem, or, A Positive Attribute?

Society Is Crumbling Right In Front Of Our Eyes And Banning Guns Won’t Help By Michael Snyder, on December 16th, 2012 What in the world is happening to America?  I have written many articles about how society is crumbling right … Continue reading

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Can we handle the TRUTH?

Something we should all read and consider Pondering all we have been exposed to this past year, we can’t help but wonder, if we were told the truth, what would happen?   There is a thoughtful post in ‘The Burning Platform’ … Continue reading

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