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Man Drowns in 3 Feet of Water in Front of Government Rescuers

Written by Gary North on February 23, 2012

That we live in a world gone batty with government regulations comes as no shock. The voters know this. The bureaucrats don’t. North’s law of bureaucracy: “There is nothing so bizarre that some bureaucrat will not do it by following the rules.” Example: A charity worker drowned in a 3ft deep lake when a policeman […]

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25 Signs of Creeping Nazification in the U.S.

Written by Gary North on February 16, 2012

It creeps up, year after year. Charlotte Twight wrote a book on this process almost 40 years ago. It has accelerated. This article lists 25 indicators that the corporate state today is like Germany in 1933. The differences are a matter of degree, the author says. I don’t think we are anywhere close to Germany […]

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Greens Get the Blues: The Earth Summit Will Fail.

Written by Gary North on February 15, 2012

This is good news. The Greens have pretty much given up on their Global Warming campaign. They see that politicians are no longer doing anything to get on board. The hack into the emails of Great Britain’s number-one Global Warming propaganda center has crushed the movement in a matter of weeks. All that work! Gone! […]

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The Food Police Are Tightening Their Grip.

Written by Gary North on February 10, 2012

The government controls what you eat. The screws are tightening. This is a repport on the American Dietetic Association. We’ve mentioned the ADA bills still pending in California and New York. Now we have new licensure bills in Indiana, New Jersey, Colorado, and West Virginia. These bills are very restrictive, and ensure that only ADA-registered […]

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Government Controls on Smoking in Your Own Car

Written by Gary North on February 8, 2012

The federal government is always tightening the screws on our liberty. Today’s horror story is this. The government wants legislation to make smoking in your own car illegal. It’s “for the children,” of course What is the risk? The government offers no figures. “Above zero.” This statistic would make all activity potentially illegal. It’s about […]

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National Employment Data Base: Backdoor ID Card

Written by Gary North on January 30, 2012

A bill has been introduced by Congressman Lamar “SOPA” Smith of Texas. This bill, if passed, will create a national data base. By law, every employer will have to submit the applicant’s name, Social Security number into this data base. The data base will then tell the employer if it is legal to hire this […]

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YouTube Protester Is Arrested for Having a Messy Home.

Written by Gary North on January 27, 2012

There is a website that has a section, Photography Is Not a Crime. It is devoted to victims of police harassment after they shot videos of police actions. Governments are placing surveillance cameras everywhere, but they do not want the public to return the favor. One man was arrested for having a messy house. This […]

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Obama Kills Keystone Pipeline, Buys Off the Rich

Written by Gary North on January 25, 2012

When President Obama killed the oil pipeline, he curried favor with the rich. The environmentalists are big-money people. William Tucker explains. “The movie stars and Sierra Club contributors were getting restless and had drawn the line in the sand.” In turning down Keystone, however, the President has uncovered an ugly little secret that has always […]

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Obama’s Raw Deal on Raw Milk

Written by Gary North on January 24, 2012

The Obama Administration said it would consider a petition on any issue if there were 5,000 petitioners. The petitions flowed in.  Then the Administration raised it to 25,000. This is Obamanomics in action. Even though the federal government does not actually have the right or authority to dictate what free individuals can and cannot eat, […]

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Moose Meat for Firewood — a Criminal Offense.

Written by Gary North on January 24, 2012

The government knows a criminal transaction when it sees one. This is from Alaska. The Fairbanks man who is accused of illegally trading moose meat for firewood is taking his case to court. Chad Gerondale, 41, has hired well-known Fairbanks attorney Bill Satterberg to represent him in the “meat for heat” case, as it has […]

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