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Crony Capitalist Green Stuff – Alcoa Gets $269 Million DOE Loan For Already Built Aluminum Sheet Plant

By Against Crony Capitalism April 15, 2015   Crony Capitalist Green Stuff – Alcoa Gets $269 Million DOE Loan For Already Built Aluminum Sheet Plant     These sorts of loans are typically vehicles for crony capitalism. Think Solyndra. But in this case the market has already resolved the issue. The plant the taxpayer backed […]

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Michael Badnarik: The Constitution is Still Relevant

Video Location: http://rtr.org/vid/5472/michael-badnarik-the-constitution-is-still-relevant Published on Oct 19, 2012 by TheAlexJonesChannel http://www.constitutionpreservation.org/ http://www.infowarsmoneybomb.com ### [CIM] As mentioned in the interview as essential reading, The Law By Frederic Bastiat, can be downloaded free for either the written or the audio book here: The Law by Frederick Bastiat


VA Home Loan News | New Homes in California for Veterans

Source: http://www.vahomeloannews.com By Alexander Stone Plans to build nearly 100 homes for veterans in Santa Clarita and Sylmar advanced this week as the California Department of Veterans Affairs said it would fund the project and released new details. The so-called Habitat for Heroes veterans village would be built by Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita […]


Debt Slavery: 30 Facts About Debt In America That Will Blow Your Mind

Source: http://endoftheamericandream.com When most people think about America’s debt problem, they think of the debt of the federal government.  But that is only part of the story.  The sad truth is that debt slavery has become a way of life for tens of millions of American families.  Over the past several decades, most Americans have […]


Officials Knew The Solyndra Deal Was Possibly Illegal 2

Source: http://www.theatlanticwire.com Officials at the Department of Energy were warned that they could be violating the law if they restructured a loan guarantee for the solar panel maker Solyndra so that investors would be repaid before taxpayers. They went ahead anyway, The Washington Post reports, after getting a look at the email correspondence that preceded […]