Marc Faber: "The Endgame Is A Total Collapse - But From A Higher Diving Board Now"

Debt Clocks Tell the Story

Who Owns the United States Federal Debt?

The Fed Cannot Cureth … It Only Maketh Ill

Q3 2013 Earnings\Financials: The Party is Over

The American Economy is Not a Free-Market Economy

It's The Spending, Idiots!

Who are the real criminals?

Watchdog questions $174G death benefit for millionaire senator's wife

It's Called Evolution, Gentlemen

The proliferation of bureaucrats and its invariable accompaniment, much heavier tax levies on the productive part of the population, are the recognizable signs, not of a great, but of a decaying society. Historians know that both phenomena were especially marked in the declining eras of the Roman Empire in the West and of its successor state, the Eastern or Byzantine Empire. — William Henry Chamberlin

Congress, Budgets, Power & Ego

That Horrific "Looming Government Shutdown"

The Top 10 Ridiculous Ways the Government Shutdown Will Affect You According to CNN

Shut 'Er Down!

About A U.S. "Government Shutdown"

Shutdown Anxiety

Were Pelosi and Delay separated at birth?

Half of New Jerseyans are blissfully unaware of Obamacare's impending fascism

Dad Explains Obamacare

Anti-Gold Inflationists Infiltrate the Tea Party. "Let's Trust Congress."

The bureaucrat's first objective, of course, is preservation of his job — provided by the big-government system, at the taxpayers expense. Whether real world problems get solved or not is of secondary importance. It doesn't take much cynicism, in fact, to see that the bureaucrats have a vested interest in not having problems solved. If the problems did not exist (or had been invented), there would be no reason for the bureaucrat to have a job. — William Simon

Seymour Hersh on Obama, NSA and the 'pathetic' American media

"How come none of these people ever go to jail?"

Emasculation of American men, by government …

Spy Agencies Are Doing WHAT?

Is the Senate About to Pass a Bill Legalizing NSA Logging of Every American's Phone Calls?

People Who Are Not In Federal Prison Today

The Pentagon almost nuked North Carolina at the height of the Cold War

Students Subjected to Pro-Obama 'I pledge' Video

Bullied by the IRS

The DEA Thinks You Have "No Constitutionally Protected Privacy Interest" in Your Confidential Prescription Records

Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves. — William Pitt

The Trouble With 'Homeland'

October 1 is a phony deadline. Ignore it.

Trying to overturn Obamacare isn't 'extremist'

'Senate Republicans Enable Harry Reid to Fund ObamaCare'

How the State Destroys Christianity

Lindsey Graham Lies To Voters About His Vote To Defund Obamacare

The answer to the GOP's youth crisis? The liberty movement

Forced sharing isn't sharing

The Vanishing Entrepreneur

The Huffington Post discovers States' Rights

We are living in a sick society filled with people who would not directly steal from their neighbor but who are willing to demand that the government do it for them. — William Comer

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