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This Man’s Artifact Collection Suddenly Investigated by FBI

Posted on April 4, 2014

When Andi Essex got an eyeful of Don Miller’s gigantic basement collection of artifacts he’s acquired from his travels around the world, she was enthralled. “It’s unreal,” Essex told WISH-TV in Indianapolis, adding that the “full skeleton is what blew my mind” and that her “favorite” was Miller’s piece of Hitler’s bunker. The 91-year-old is […]

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Non-Disparagement Clauses Can Reduce Citizen’s Free Speech

Posted on March 21, 2014

By signing on the dotted line, or agreeing to those endless terms of service, some customers are unwittingly giving away their right to free speech. Specifically, the right to write negative online reviews. Experts say that more companies from wedding photographers to dentists are slipping non-disparagement clauses (and other language that prevents consumers from writing […]

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Embassy Library in Burkina Faso Gets $80,000 In Interesting New Additions

Posted on March 18, 2014

As reported by the Washington Free Beacon, the State Department is spending U.S. tax dollars on some interesting titles to stock the library of the American Embassy in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. The library, which specializes in “U.S foreign Policy, U.S. social and cultural issues, Art, Management, U.S. history, geography, the Economy, Human Rights, Press and […]

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Conservatives, Rejoice! Robert Welch’s Predictions Were Dead Wrong in 1974

Written by Gary North on February 24, 2014

Are things getting better? Are things getting worse? This question still divides the American Right. On the moral front, things are getting worse. On the economic front, things are getting better. It is true that median family income, adjusted for price inflation, slowed dramatically, beginning around 1974. But in the crucial areas of information and […]

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Obamacare Enrollments Not Picking Up Speed

Posted on February 12, 2014

The White House and its Congressional allies have been pumping greatly exaggerated Obamacare enrollment statistics in the media, which we helped debunk earlier in the week. How are they going to dress up an apparent sharp downward trend in sign-ups (or “plan selections”) in late January and early February, with the March 31 enrollment deadline […]

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Benghazi News Leaks Are Still Coming Out

Posted on February 12, 2014

A new page on the Republican Party’s web site will publish information related to the Benghazi and Libya attacks. The page, which is located at www.GOP.gov/Benghazi, is in response to the Obama Administration stonewalling the Republican House’s attempts to investigate the incident. The web page says, “The terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, […]

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Obama Moving Ahead With Executive Action Plans

Posted on February 8, 2014

President Barack Obama highlighted in his weekly  address Saturday some of the executive actions he has taken this year, warning Congress once again that he will not stand by and wait for them to act on a host of issues. “I want to work with Congress on this agenda where I can,” Obama said. “But […]

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White House Shows Unusual Enthusiasm in Backing CVS

Posted on February 5, 2014

When CVS Caremark Corp. Chief Executive and President Larry Merlo announced that his drugstore chain would stop selling tobacco products , one of the first to respond was the president of the United States. The speed of the president’s statement indicates that CVS’s decision was likely coordinated with the White House. Every day, countless business […]

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