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A Nation of Voluntary Slaves

Are you a slave?  If so, are you volunteering your produce to your masters, under the guise of being free?  Most people in the USA are doing exactly that.  Consider that after you’re finished “donating” nearly half of your income … Continue reading

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Why the Recent Climb in Markets May Indicate High Inflation Is Already Here

This economy thing really has me torn—borderline obsessive, in fact.  I’m looking at fundamentals vs. recent claims (similar to the never-to-appear “green shoots” claims of this last spring/summer) and it simply cannot possibly add up.  We have some gross contradictions, … Continue reading

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Colorado Amendment 61: Read the Text and Decide for Yourself

As I’ve posted previously on proposed small-government measures here in Colorado, I suggest that voters disconnect from the misinformation (and lies) abounding regarding these proposals and simply read the bills to make their own decision. The focus of this post … Continue reading

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Colorado Amendment 60: Read the Text and Decide for Yourself

As I’ve posted previously on proposed small-government measures here in Colorado, I suggest that voters disconnect from the misinformation (and lies) abounding regarding these proposals and simply read the bills to make their own decision. The focus of this post … Continue reading

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Colorado Proposition 101: Read the Text and Decide for Yourself

As I’ve posted previously on proposed small-government measures here in Colorado, I suggest that voters disconnect from the misinformation (and lies) abounding regarding these proposals and simply read the bills to make their own decision. The focus of this post … Continue reading

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Tax Approval Quotient

We’ve got a wonderful new tool to help in determining where you really stand with taxes (in many of their various forms)—the Tax Approval Quotient form (PDF format).  Designed to illicit your true, objective opinions on taxes, this form cites … Continue reading

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How Statists View Your Money and Property

Paul Krugman, opinion economics blogger for the New York Times, today wrote a very revealing article entitled, Now That’s Rich. Revealing?  What does this article reveal?  I believe Krugman’s article reveals the attitude of the ruthless statist—in opposition to that … Continue reading

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Social Security is Already Broke—In the Red Now!

Yes, you’ve probably heard many times that the Social Security system is broken.  But that’s not what I mean here.  What I mean is that it has now paid out more in benefits than it’s received as revenue.  It’s in … Continue reading

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National Debt is Killing Us!

Though Congress has failed to pass a budget for 2011, our President did offer a budget proposal February 1 of this year.  Have you seen it?  Have you seen the staggering admissions made in this document?  No? I didn’t think … Continue reading

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The Myth of Low Public-Sector Wages is Dead

Ever hear that our servants in the public sector are over-worked and underpaid?  That if they’d merely compromise their principles they could make better money doing the same (or less) work in the private sector? I recently saw this same … Continue reading

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