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Proposed U.N. Arms Treaty Against Handguns

Written by Gary North on December 14, 2011

Gun control advocates inside the United Nations are attempting to pass an international arms-control treaty. If the Senate ratifies it, the supply of guns will decline. Meanwhile, demand is rising. Consider this report. “We predict that a global Arms Trade Treaty will come into force late this year,” a report in the Jan. 2012 issue […]

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Why Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party Are Opposed

Written by Gary North on November 23, 2011

Occupy Wall Street is the Left’s belated attempt to counter the Tea Party movement. The Tea Party caught the public’s attention through its spontaneous 2008 protest against the mess that Congress has produced. It is bringing this message to Americans: the government is too big. It spends too much money. It borrows too much money. […]

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Visible Dead End: The Supercommittee Poops Out.

Written by Gary North on November 23, 2011

The congressional supercommittee officially fails today. Gridlock doomed it. Good. It deserved to fail. Only 25% of Americans expected it to succeed. Ron Paul was right. The whole idea was unconstitutional. The U.S. House of Representatives is in charge of the budget, not some joint committee. The whole thing was a sham to get the […]

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Ron Paul Gets Cut Off on “Face the Nation”

Written by Gary North on November 21, 2011

The Sunday morning news show, “Face the Nation,” advertised an interview with Ron Paul. Paul is in a statistical tie in Iowa with Cain, Gingrich, and Romney. So, he is news. But he was not news enough. Halfway through the interview, Bob Schieffer cut him off. You can hear Paul try to say something, but […]

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