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Bank Bailouts: Did They Save the Free Market?

Bank Bailouts: Did They Save the Free Market?

Eight years ago, on September 15, Lehman Brothers failed, starting a rapid series of events that resulted in the bank bailouts and the country has not been the same in so many ways.

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The Global War on Terror is being used to bring in a Global Government of Terror

The Global War on Terror is being used to bring in a Global Government of Terror

“I remember when there were those who were exposing government corruption and it was called a ‘conspiracy theory.’ Now, 50 years later. I find that it was not theory.  In fact, it is now a reality.” (Jeremiah 11:9) – Posted from commenter at Bradlee Dean’s Facebook page I am humored by the sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity that some people in this country accept concerning their representatives on the topic of “Global terror.” Friends, it is not just America that I am now addressing, I am addressing the peoples, the governments and the incumbent representatives on a global scale. We see these officials act rather strangely after these supposed “terror attacks.” They seem to conglomerate on cue and ally themselves to condemn the acts, yet not the actors.  In the end, they ask the people to give up their rights while attempting to disarm them for the “global good.” Additionally, […]

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President Bush issues statement on economic bailout in 2008 (White House photo by Chris Greenberg)

Bush Paved Way for Obama Executive Abuse

To save American car companies in 2008, then-President George W. Bush opted to use $17 billion from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), which had been enacted to extend loans to financial institutions caught in the mortgage backed securities meltdown. There was nothing in the law that had allowed the bailout funds to be used for auto manufacturers. The Administration just made it up.

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Al Muthanna Chemical Weapons Complex (CIA Photo)

The Silence of the Lambs on the Right

It is always a delicious moment when progressives (the current politically correct name for left-wingers, socialists, and Marxists) have to admit their falsehoods. Such is the case with the same progressives who relentlessly repeated the lie during the administration of President George W. Bush that no WMDs were found in Iraq.

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AP Poll: Obama at Low 37% Approval

AP Poll: Obama at Low 37% Approval

Polls can be interesting in a broader context sometimes, especially when comparing “mainstream” media reactions. Such is the case with a new AP poll in which you have to dig down a bit to learn that President Obama’s approval rating has cratered at 37%. President Bush had a higher rating at this same point than Obama now enjoys.

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Sign at the headquarters of the National Security Agency

The NSA Abyss

We now find ourselves operating in a strange paradigm where the government not only views the citizenry as suspects but treats them as suspects, as well. Thus, the news that the National Security Agency (NSA) is routinely operating outside of the law and overstepping its legal authority by carrying out surveillance on American citizens is not really much of a surprise. This is what happens when you give the government broad powers and allow government agencies to routinely sidestep the Constitution.

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Are Democrats Smarter Than Republicans?

Are Democrats Smarter Than Republicans?

Back in the Dream Time, when my mind was still locked in the glow of Ronald Reagan and all his example and message meant to America even then I wondered, “What’s wrong with these leaders of ours? Why do the Democrats always seem to outsmart them at every turn?” Are Democrats smarter than Republicans…or are Republicans too busy swilling at the public trough to fight like they want to win?

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America Lost in a Bubble

America Lost in a Bubble

No matter how this mad dash to nowhere is spun one thing is certain: all bubbles burst. Maybe the slogan for President Obama’s second term shouldn’t be “Forward.” Perhaps it should be “I deserve a re-do.” Just remember: all bubbles burst.

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