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Unbelievable leftist bias in VA government

November 29th, 2011 . by Robert

This is simply unbelievable… Decide for yourself.

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Unbelievable…


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October 16th, 2011 . by Robert

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As Fed Policy Sinks the Dollar, Prices of Essentials Soar

November 7th, 2010 . by admin

Intended or not, the Fed’s destruction of the dollar’s value has pushed prices of commodities that Americans need — such as instance food, cotton and oil — higher.

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Right Now, A Complete Collapse Of The Financial System Is Not Out Of The Question

November 7th, 2010 . by admin
In recent weeks, the explanation for the financial and economic crisis that has gripped the world economy has shifted sharply from deregulation and lack of governmental oversight of financial institutions to fraud and criminal activity. In truth, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation began to warn of an “epidemic” of mortgage fraud back in 2004, and my colleague Bill Black has been pointing to the role played by fraud since the crisis began.

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Largest 15 US States are Spending Over 220% of Their Tax Revenue

November 7th, 2010 . by admin

The big news this week in terms of ginormous government transfer payments is, as usual, out of the Fed, as it embarks on an equally ambitious and ill-fated mission to buy $600 billion of US Treasury debt. Unsurprisingly, it’s not the only immense transfer of wealth taking place between governmental bodies. As spotlighted by Meredith Whitney, CEO of the Meredith Whitney Advisory Group, the feds are continuing to subtly bailout state governments at record levels and in an ongoing and unsustainable fashion which she describes in a recent WSJ opinion piece.

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Globalist Bankers Call for New Global Currency

October 5th, 2010 . by admin

The world’s leading countries should agree a new currency pact to help rebalance the global economy, a leading association of financial institutions has urged.

The Institute of International Finance, which represents more than 420 of the world’s leading banks and finance houses, warned on Monday that a lack of such co-ordinated rebalancing could lead to more protectionism. Charles Dallara, IIF managing director, said: “A core group of the world’s leading economies need to come together and hammer out an understanding.”

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Congressman Bob Etheridge (NC-2) Assaults Student on Sidewalk

June 14th, 2010 . by admin

I can think of MANY reasons why Congressman Bob Etheridge (NC-2) shouldn’t be in office, but THIS video of his ASSAULT of some students who want to ask him some questions is one of the biggest displays of arrogance that I’ve ever seen. Bob Etheridge needs to GO BACK HOME!

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I can think of MANY reasons why Congressman Bob Etheridge (NC-2) shouldn’t be in office, but THIS video of his ASSAULT of some students who want to ask him some questions is one of the biggest displays of arrogance that I’ve ever seen. Bob Etheridge needs to GO BACK HOME!
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Has a flicker of light reached Washington?

June 7th, 2010 . by Robert

Has a flicker of light reached Washington or are they starting to feel a little of the heat. It appears that the communitarian insiders have dropped their plans to ram amnesty down our throats. Seems the plan to legalize millions of potential democratic voters with blanket amnesty simply can not be done in time to save the liberal socialists from the tsunami in November.

The growing anger with the apparent disconnect between the Washington insiders and main street America is driving some restraint in government. Large organized groups will take credit for this and claim that their organizing of the Tea Parties is the driving force in this fiscal and legislative restraint. WRONG!!! It is not the organizing by the large politically affiliated groups but the unaccountability of millions of individuals flying under the radar and being un-trackable that scare the insiders. Certainly I won’t discount the assistance and contribution of the large groups in getting publicity but the large groups will never sustain the effort in the long run. Large groups always descend into being politically co-opted fund raising organizations that eventually accomplish little more than maintaining the status quo.

If the Tea Parties are smart they will stay unorganized and avoid like the plague the Palins, Gingrichs, Armys, and both major parties. Individuals if they have the fortitude will register as independent, unaffiliated, or what ever gets them out of a predictable and trackable group. Not knowing and fear of the unknown is what terrifies the communitarians the most. As soon as the Tea Parties are affiliated under one umbrella, their direction, actions, and impact will be predictable. That will in itself render the group useless.

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More American Expatriates Give Up Citizenship

April 28th, 2010 . by admin

Amid mounting frustration over taxation and banking problems, small but growing numbers of overseas Americans are taking the weighty step of renouncing their citizenship.

“What we have seen is a substantial change in mentality among the overseas community in the past two years,” said Jackie Bugnion, director of American Citizens Abroad, an advocacy group based in Geneva. “Before, no one would dare mention to other Americans that they were even thinking of renouncing their U.S. nationality. Now, it is an openly discussed issue.”

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Two Illinois lawmakers ask governor to deploy National Guard to Help Quell Gun violence in Chicago

April 28th, 2010 . by admin

Two Illinois lawmakers say violence has become so rampant in Chicago that the National Guard must be called in to help.

Chicago Democratic Reps. John Fritchey and LaShawn Ford made a public plea to Gov. Pat Quinn on Sunday to deploy troops.

The request comes amid a recent surge in violent crime, including a night last week that saw seven people killed and 18 wounded, mostly by gunfire.

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