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Ryan: “Pass ObamaCare Lite . . . Or Else!”

Written by Gary North on March 18, 2017

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Paul Ryan, whose commitment to Ayn Rand’s philosophy of limited government is every bit as firm as Alan Greenspan’s was, has announced the following: “If We Don’t Pass My Bill, ‘The System Is Going to Collapse.’” Casting his ObamaCare replacement bill as the only chance to save America from a complete health-care collapse, Speaker Paul […]

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Trump’s Inaugural Address Was Like No Other in History

Written by Gary North on January 21, 2017

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Donald Trump’s inaugural address is going to go down in history as one of the great ones. I say this as a man with 59 years of public speaking experience and a Ph.D. in American history. There have only been three inaugural addresses that have come down through the ages. The first was Lincoln’s second […]

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Donald Trump and Bobby Fischer

Written by Gary North on January 21, 2017

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I wrote this before Trump delivered his inaugural address. His address confirmed what I say here. I wrote my assessment of his speech within an hour after he delivered it. Read my assessment here. Bobby Fischer at the age of 14 became the youngest U.S. chess champion in history. A reporter asked him what he […]

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Putin: A Nationalist with Nuclear Weapons

Written by Gary North on January 21, 2017

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Vladimir Putin is hated by the Western Leftist Establishment. A representative example is the final speech of Obama’s appointee to the United Nations, the institutional incarnation of internationalism. Ironically, her name is Power. She never had any, and neither has the UN. He is hated by these people for good reason. He is the most […]

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MIA: Hillary Clinton. MIA on Jan. 21: Barack Obama

Written by Gary North on January 14, 2017

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I am not one of those people who believes that a particular political party is at the end of the road. That’s because I think both political parties are in the hip pocket of the Council on Foreign Relations, and have been since approximately 1932. Political parties have periods in which they are dominant. Then […]

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