Monthly Archives: October 2010

Final Nail in the Democrats’ Coffin

On the eve of the midterm elections, a third-quarter GDP report showing a meager 2 percent growth rate is the final nail in the Obama Democrats’ political coffin. The economic nails slowly have been hammered into that coffin all summer … Continue reading

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The Midterm Election That Restored America

It’s not often that a midterm election changes the direction of the United States. Signs are that next Tuesday’s will. Sixty-eight years ago, one certainly did. On November 3, 1942, voters went to the polls to hand FDR and the … Continue reading

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The Drug War Failure

It is indicative of the failure of the current election to deal with real issues, apart from unease about deficits and curiosity about the endless military effort in the Near East, that, once again, almost nothing is asked or uttered … Continue reading

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WHAT IN THE WORLD IS GOING ON?

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS GOING ON? A GLOBAL INTELLIGENCE BRIEFING FOR CEOs By HERBERT MEYER

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Michigan Woman Faces Civil Rights Complaint for Seeking a Christian Roommate

A civil rights complaint has been filed against a woman in Grand Rapids, Mich., who posted an advertisement at her church last July seeking a Christian roommate. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/10/22/civil-rights-complaint-filed-christian-roommate-advertisement/?test=latestnews

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Obama’s Tax Cut for Rich Oil Companies

Tom Vilsack, secretary of agriculture, came out Thursday with an announcement sure to warm the cockles of progressive hearts all across the fruited plains: The Obama administration backs the indefinite extension of massive tax cuts for multinational oil corporations and … Continue reading

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Three Charts that Will Infuriate Taxpayers

With just 12 days until the November 2 elections, pro-market, small-government candidates, activists, and concerned citizens should study and then disseminate three charts that perfectly encapsulate the status quo that, if all goes well, the midterm vote will capsize. http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/250485/three-charts-will-infuriate-taxpayers-deroy-murdock

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