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Ron Paul’s Stimulus Plan

On Thursday, President Obama unveiled his latest $450 Billion stimulus program to create jobs. Incidentally, he never used the word “stimulus” in his speech, presumably since his last $800B round of stimulus did nothing to budge unemployment. Instead, he called … Continue reading

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Liberty Newswire 8/31/2011

[The Liberty Insight Newswire is an aggregation of what we consider to be important financial and political news and commentary from across the web.] This week’s newswire features a history lesson on the Constitution, a behind the scenes look at … Continue reading

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What if OPEC Nations Demanded Gold for Oil?

Why did we invade Libya? The official reason is that Gaddafi was murdering his own people so we had to stop him. Perhaps, but so are dictators in a number of other countries. Many skeptics of the official story believe … Continue reading

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Chart of the Week – Military Spending

This week President Obama released his budget for 2012. Republicans scoffed, and rightly so, at the paltry $1 trillion he proposed to cut from the deficit (not the budget) over the next ten years. In fact, his budget adds over … Continue reading

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You Help Hospitalized Veterans

I got another letter from Help Hospitalized Veterans today, and I threw it straight in the trash. Actually, first I took out the crisp one dollar bill that was visible through the cellophane and stuck it in my wallet. Then … Continue reading

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Don’t Ask, Don’t Care

On November 30th, the Pentagon delivered its report on the implications of a repeal of the military policy of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT). The report conducted a thorough survey of military personnel to gauge the sentiment of active duty … Continue reading

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