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Western Slope woman blames vampire for car crash

DailyKos Gets Burned

Obamanomics: Still Not Working

Government Inefficiency: Treasury Department Lacks Manpower To Monitor TARP Fund Distributions

Russell Moore Talking Green on NPR

The Founding Fathers Rejected Democracy

Government ought to be as much open to improvement as anything which appertains to man, instead of which it has been monopolized from age to age, by the most ignorant and vicious of the human race. Need we any other proof of their wretched management, than the excess of debts and taxes with which every nation groans, and the quarrels into which they have precipitated the world? -- Thomas Paine

The Gulf Oil Disaster and Hurricane Season: A Ring Of Fire?

Growth in Government Employment

The Spending Trend is Not Sustainable

Obama vs The Governors

Another demonstration of how the nannies

Too Big, Too Dangerous

Should We Subsidize Media?

Waxman-Malarkey: Impact Zone US Northeast

The arts of power and its minions are the same in all countries and in all ages. It marks its victim; denounces it; and excites the public odium and the public hatred, to conceal its own abuses and encroachments. -- Henry Clay

US Jobs Aren't Coming Back

The major threat to the US economy

Is the Fed Too Big To Fail?

A Blistering Ride Through Hell. Key Property Charts to Make Sense of This Week’s Housing Numbers and This Year’s Financial Crisis

US food aid policies create 561 jobs in Kansas, risk millions of lives around the world

Judge halts questioning on Obama

Texas State Rep. Leo Berman for TX Speaker

“Reasonable Regulations”

The will of men is not shattered (by the welfare state), but softened, bent, and guided. Men are seldom forced by it to act, but they are constantly restrained from acting. Such a power does not destroy, but it prevents existence. It does not tyrannize, but it compresses, enervates, extinguishes, and stupefies a people, until each nation is reduced to be nothing better than a flock of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd. -- Alexis (Charles Henri) de Tocqueville

Misguided moderates

Ron Paul Celebrates Justice Department’s 140th Anniversary

So Many Horror Stories, So Little Time

Ten Benefits of Expatriation

Why Drugs Won't Go Away

Krugman and the “Long Depression” Myth

If I hadn’t seen this picture today, I might’ve gotten some work done

Tuesday Tumbleweeds from my keyboard

In all history there is no war which was not hatched by the governments, the governments alone, independent of the interests of the people, to whom war is always pernicious even when successful. -- Leo N. Tolstoy


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