By Jason Timm Dave Ramsey tells families in debt to start selling off their non essential stuff. Have a garage sale. He says to sell so much stuff you have the kids worried they are next. It works the same … Continue reading →
By Mary Ruth Tapp It’s time to STOP falling for the tricks! I’ve known and know some very fine teachers in the public education system. AND I’m sick and tired of seeing raises for teachers being used as a mantra … Continue reading →
Our enemies are in New York, Washington, and Los Angeles, in “our” own media companies, government bureaucracies and intelligence agencies.
The author is a conservative columnist, a Beltway veteran, and a refugee from Conservatism Inc. He is a regular contributor to Vdare.com
The world lost a great champion of liberty with the passing of Allan Meltzer, a longtime Professor of Political Economy at Carnegie Mellon University. Allan was a prodigious worker who wrote hundreds of articles and more than ten books, including his monumental A History of the Federal…
First, I want to commend Representative Casey Murdock on his legislation HB 1690 which was married to Speaker McCall’s legislation which would set up an audit system, auditing state agencies which saved those in Ohio $33 for every $1 spent. … Continue reading →
Like Allan Meltzer, I received my Ph.D. from UCLA. He and his major professor, Karl Brunner, had both left by the time I arrived. UCLA is an important intellectual connection. At the time, UCLA was informally known as “Chicago West,” for its intellectual affinity to the University…
In March, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) signaled it could begin shrinking the Fed’s balance sheet sometime later this year. However, with limited official details about what that means and none forthcoming from last week’s FOMC press release, many questions remain: How will the Fed decide…
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Have you ever watched the TV show “Person Of Interest”? It started in 2011 and ran until 2016. The premise of the show was that the government had a massive computer and corresponding database that kept track of every individual in the United States. It also predicted tragic events that a small group of heroes that tries to correct those tragic events.
James Corbett in his July 4, 2012 “Eye Opener Report” describes a real government computer, sans the heroes. Of course that was back in 2012, who knows the advancements they have made in invading the publics privacy over these last 5 years. If you are unaware of the massive government surveillance that is being done or would like to know more listen to his report.
Ann Coulter thinks The Washington Swamp is winning. In her latest column, titled Swamp People 47; Trump 0, she says, “If this is the budget bill we get when Republicans control the House, the Senate, and the presidency, there’s no point in ever voting republican again.” Meanwhile Vice President Pence got past Mr. Snerdley, the call screener,
Sometimes fiction inadvertently mimics fact. A political thriller penned by C.H. Cobb does just that. The 2016 presidential race was expected to be a race between a moderate Republican and a typical left-wing Democrat. Suddenly, an unlikely contender throws his hat in the ring. Against all odds and expectations of pundits and political commentators, his…