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Ron Paul is back to smash more popular myths! Can anyone really be “qualified” for the what the presidency has morphed into? Donald Trump wants other nations to pay the U.S. for defending them. Why is the U.S. defending other nations in the first place? Can the Fed print without fear of insolvency?
Says this Austin tax feeder who wants to live her entire life on welfare. Wonder if the tax subsidies she plans to live on will equal a million dollars over the course of her life. I wouldn’t doubt it.
Happens everywhere. Across the nation, the state and even right here with the St. Lucie Mets.
By Ron Paul According to a recent poll, 73 percent of all Americans oppose increases in federal spending. Since this anti-government spending sentiment is a major reason Republicans control the House and Senate, one would expect the Republican Congress to hold the line on, or even cut, government spending. Yet, despite the Republican leadership’s rhetoric […]
Thomas Sowell looks at social trends and summarizes the legacy of the welfare state, focusing on the black family structure.
Migrants are on the rampage in Greece as they seek to enter Macedonia and parts north, ultimately to Germany. The Europeans are paying the price for their open-door welfare state migration policy and support for US interventionist foreign policy that lead to mass migrations. Is this the end of the political union?
If you subsidize something, you get more of it. Including debt and “free” money. Including the military-industrial complex. Including illegal immigration. And so on. Government subsidies are the prime tools of the central planners.
by Gary Galles “Sugar Vs. Corn Syrup” reads the headline about legal wrangling between enablers of America’s sweet tooth. Big sugar accused big corn syrup of misleading the public with an ad campaign that it is “nutritionally the same as sugar,” asking for $1.5 billion in damages. Corn syrup producers had already sued for $530 […]