Daily Archives: June 10, 2010

This is who we’re fighting in Afghanistan: Child murderers

Via Jihad Watch.org; Taliban hang 7-year-old boy for “spying” They claimed he was “passing information to foreign soldiers.” “Afghanistan: Taliban ‘hang 7-year-old boy for spying’,” from AdnKronos International, June 9: Lashkargah, 9 June (AKI): Taliban fighters have hanged a seven-year-old boy, claiming he was passing information to foreign soldiers in the volatile southern province of […] Continue reading

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Tulsa Beacon endorses Nathan Dahm

The Tulsa Beacon has joined the list of those supporting the Nathan Dahm campaign to replace John Sullivan in Oklahoma’s 1st Congressional District. The article endorsing Nathan is as follows:
It’s time for Rep. John Sullivan to find some other kin… Continue reading

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Deflation as a Scare Tactic

We've now explored the inflation versus price deflation argument in depth in two articles – and arrived at the conclusion that modern fiat-money economies are more likely to tip toward price inflation than price deflation, at least eventually. In f… Continue reading

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Nasty Effects of Egalitarianism

Ideas do have consequences. You come to believe that you are invincible, you will take risks more readily. You believe government will bail you out, cover your debts up to a certain amount, you will borrow more (indeed, your financial advisor will … Continue reading

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Will Afghan Police Save the West?

We want to return to the topic of the Afghan war because the end-game is becoming more apparent – and we want to present both the scenario and its consequences. To be clear, we were always skeptical of the military surge planned for Afghanistan. … Continue reading

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The beginning of the double-dip recession in sight?

Beginning January 2011 when the Bush tax cuts expire; On or about Jan. 1, 2011, federal, state and local tax rates are scheduled to rise quite sharply. President George W. Bush’s tax cuts expire on that date, meaning that the highest federal personal income tax rate will go 39.6% from 35%, the highest federal dividend […] Continue reading

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Monsanto & Big Government: A Love Story

The US government has paved the way for Monsanto, the world’s largest and most powerful seed company (among other things), to own our food supply AND our nation’s farmers.
A few key excerpts from an article in Blacklisted News give a pretty clear overv… Continue reading

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In Oklahoma the North American Super Corridor Lives!

Tagged: ardmore, inland port, intermodal, LaHood, NASCO, north american super corridor, Oklahoma, SuperCorridor, TIGER, Tom Cole Continue reading

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Why Israel must fight

Most on the left seems to have no problem with this attitude. After all, they reason, doesn’t Israel bring this on themselves simply by their existence? Continue reading

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