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Tax Consumers, Taxpayers, and the Cox Box

  Source: https://mises.org By Jim Cox Tax Consumers, Taxpayers, and the Cox Box   Years ago I joked that every economist’s highest goal was to have a graph or concept named for him or her. Among the existing ones are the Keynesian Cross Graph, the Edgeworth Box, the Phillip’s Curve, the Laffer Curve, Rothbard’s Law, […]

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Why John Boehner And Paul Ryan Should Immediately Resign

  Source: http://endoftheamericandream.com By Michael Snyder Why John Boehner And Paul Ryan Should Immediately Resign   Thomas Jefferson once said that “the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.”  In other words, he believed that government debt was the equivalent […]


U.S. Chamber cavalry arrives to help Mitch McConnell

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino U.S. Chamber cavalry arrives to help Mitch McConnell     The US Chamber says that McConnell is a “true conservative.” I suppose, if securing a $3 billion earmark so that Senator Reid could declare victory (but oh so short lived) in the government shutdown is “conservative.” And don’t forget […]

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Matt Drudge says “It’s now Authoritarian vs. Libertarian.”

  Source: http://www.activistpost.com Posted September 3, 2013 Matt Drudge Breaks Up With Republicans, Joins Libertarians   Matt Drudge, the founder of the enormously popular conservative news aggregator DrudgeReport.com, tweeted today that since there are no real differences between Democrats and Republicans the only two real political parties are Authoritarians and Libertarians. “It’s now Authoritarian vs […]


“Small government conservative” lawmakers who directly benefit from farm subsidies

Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino “Small government conservative” lawmakers who directly benefit from farm subsidies    ”Stephen brings his personal experience as a successful businessman running a large agriculture operation to Washington D.C. and understands, firsthand, that jobs are not created by Washington bureaucrats, but rather by hard-working folks in Tennessee.  He is committed to […]

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If it’s a “states’ rights” issue, why are they asking permission from the federal government? (Internet Sales Tax)

Source: http://www.bcpublicrecord.com By Tona For many months now, “limited government, free market, reduced spending, Conservative Republicans™” Lamar Alexander, Bob Corker and Bill Haslam have been lobbying for and/or sponsoring the Marketplace Fairness Act, also known by a more appropriate title: the Internet Sales Tax. The tax-raising Republicans have been touting this as the states collecting […]


How To Vote Or To Not Vote? 9

My friend Sherrie posted regarding not voting to send a message.  I read numerous replies and felt the need to input some additional thoughts I had after reading comments exalting both Ryan and Johnson.  I am sharing this to simply answer a few questions asked regarding my thoughts this past week. Great post Sherrie, whether […]


Ron Paul supporters photobomb Mitt Romney’s visit to Poland 1

Source: http://dailycaller.com By Geoffrey Malloy Mitt Romney was greeted by Polish supporters of Texas Rep. Ron Paul as his motorcade passed through Gdansk on Monday. Volunteers from the Romney campaign struggled in vain to use umbrellas to block a large Ron Paul banner from sight, Bonney Kapp of CBS News reports. The Paul supporters’ sign read, […]


Ron Paul is Becoming Something More Important Than President

Published on Jun 8, 2012 by southernavenger Why Ron Paul conceding he won’t be president and Rand Paul supporting the presumptive GOP nominee are but trivial anecdotes to the obvious and ongoing success of the most transformative political movement of our time: The rEVOLution.


House passes Homeland Security bill with meaningless anti-abortion rider

Source: http://www.rawstory.com By Muriel Kane   Republicans in the House of Representatives attached an anti-abortion rider to a Homeland Security spending bill Thursday. The provision would do nothing to change existing policy and is unlikely to make it past the Senate, but it is seen as sending an election-year message to the lawmakers’ conservative constituents. […]