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Vigilante of Democracy ~ Martin Armstrong   Recently updated !

By ChrisInMaryville February 1, 2016 Below is a short Tedx talk that I wanted to share that was independently organized by TEDxBattenkill featuring Martin Armstrong that was posted on January 29, 2016. When posting a video, on occasion, I may recommend turning the volume down, but in this case I would turn the volume up […]

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Election 2016

Circus Politics: Will Our Freedoms Survive Another Presidential Election?

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute January 28, 2016   Circus Politics: Will Our Freedoms Survive Another Presidential Election?     “Never has our future been more unpredictable, never have we depended so much on political forces that cannot be trusted to follow the rules of common sense and self-interest—forces that look like sheer […]


Republicans aren’t even pretending they care about cutting spending anymore

By Against Crony Capitalism January 19, 2016   Republicans aren’t even pretending they care about cutting spending anymore     It is a refrain we will continue to repeat. Government, though necessary in a very limited sense, should be much much smaller than it is today for any number of reasons. But particularly because government […]

The TEA (Taxed Enough Already) is supposed to be about smaller government, not social issues.

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House Republicans Move to Impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen

By Natalie Johnson The Daily Signal October 28, 2015   House Republicans Move to Impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen     House Republicans, enraged by the inaction that has hindered federal investigations into the IRS, introduced a resolution Tuesday to impeach Commissioner John Koskinen, charging him of lying under oath and failing to respond to subpoenas for […]


Sanders and His Followers Are Not Outliers

By Jeff Deist Mises.org October 16, 2015   Sanders and His Followers Are Not Outliers   Depending on one’s point of view, Bernie Sanders either held his own or boosted his chances against perceived front-runner Hillary Clinton in Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential primary debate. His message clearly resonated with the live audience, particularly his statements […]

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One Party Government

One Party Government

By Bionic Mosquito Bionic Mosquito October 15, 2015   One Party Government     In the United States there is only one political party – the welfare-warfare party.  Sure, they all pretend otherwise, and on peripheral, meaningless issues there may be differences.  But on the whole, the US government is about as divided as the […]


Capture Theory: Republicans, Democrats, and the Triumph of Totalitarianism in America

By William L. Anderson LewRockwell.com August 27, 2015   Capture Theory: Republicans, Democrats, and the Triumph of Totalitarianism in America     Scott S. Powell, a fellow of the Discovery Institute, has written an excellent essay on how the radicals of the hard left have captured the Democratic Party. As one whose working colleagues mostly […]

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Don’t Be Fooled by the Political Game: The Illusion of Freedom in America

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute August 10, 2015   Don’t Be Fooled by the Political Game: The Illusion of Freedom in America   “The shaping of the will of Congress and the choosing of the American president has become a privilege reserved to the country’s equestrian classes, a.k.a. the 20% of the population […]


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Obamacare’s Best Allies: The Courts and the Republicans

By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute June 28, 2015     Obamacare’s Best Allies: The Courts and the Republicans   By ruling for the government in the case of King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court once again tied itself into rhetorical and logical knots to defend Obamacare. In King, the court disregarded Obamacare’s clear language […]


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The Collapse of Obama’s Trade Deal May Be the Start of the Split in Republicans

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics June 17, 2015   The Collapse of Obama’s Trade Deal May Be the Start of the Split in Republicans     The word from the Hill is very interesting. The minority conservative Republicans are starting to revolt against Boehner – the destroyer of the Republican Party. If there are two […]