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Public Goes Ballistic Over the Porous Mexican Border

Written by Gary North on July 17, 2014

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A recent Gallup poll reveals that two issues are neck and neck as the issues of greatest concern in the USA: (1)  illegal aliens; (2) dissatisfaction with the federal government. Gallup dutifully refuses to call them illegal aliens. One does not use such crude, accurate language. No, no, no; these are “undocumented immigrants.” In early […]

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Impeachment and Envy

Written by Gary North on June 27, 2014

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Two Presidents have been impeached: Andrew Johnson and Clinton. Neither was convicted by the Senate, although Johnson won by only one vote. It would be a waste of rime to try to impeach Obama. The main case for this would be that Congress would waste a lot of time. There is a good case for […]

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Suing Obama Over Executive Orders

Written by Gary North on June 27, 2014

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House Speaker John Boehner threatens a lawsuit over Obama’s use of executive orders. I’m for it. The public does not understand executive orders. Any bad publicity given to them is positive. There are over 13,000 of them. They let a President create laws without Congress. They are mentioned in the Constitution. They have been used […]

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Veterans Administration: News Cycle vs. Spin Cycle

Written by Gary North on May 23, 2014

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How could anyone have known that the Veterans Administration’s health care delivery system is a catastrophe? Easy. By reading Nobel Prize-winning Keynesian economist Paul Krugman in 2011, and then taking the opposite position. What Mr. Romney and everyone else should know is that the V.H.A. is a huge policy success story, which offers important lessons […]

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Video: Congressman Gowdy’s Questions on Benghazi

Written by Gary North on May 16, 2014

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I had not heard of Congressman Gowdy until yesterday. I hope to hear of him again. He made a 3-minute presentation in front of the mainstream media’s agents. I have never seen anything like it. As an example of rhetoric, it is flawless. He ended it exactly right. He took no prisoners. All in all, […]

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How Snowden’s Revelations Have Strengthened the NSA

Written by Gary North on May 14, 2014

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It has been a year since Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the NSA. I appreciate what Snowden did. His decision to leak the stolen documents has done the conservative movement an enormous favor. It has blown to smithereens the greatest single myth of conservatism: “If the American people knew about this, there would be […]

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Kerry Refers to Israel as a Not-Quite Apartheid State

Written by Gary North on April 29, 2014

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Well, it finally happened. Secretary of State John Kerry has pulled off a verbal faux pas that makes Joe Biden look like a rank amateur. He publicly said that the State of Israel is bordering on becoming an apartheid state. Now the fun begins. The waffling. The “I meant to says.” The “he meant to […]

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Reporter Pushes Asks For One Accomplishment From Clinton and Gets Nothing

Posted on April 23, 2014

Reporter Pushes Asks For One Accomplishment From Clinton and Gets Nothing

When pressed by Associated Press reporter Matt Lee at a Tuesday press conference, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki was unable to name a single “tangible achievement” from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2010 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review. In 2009, Clinton announced the State Department would begin conducting routine performance reviews in the QDDR. The […]

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