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Obamacare Regulations Top 10,000 Pages So Far

Posted on September 11, 2013

This is just getting started. Since March 2010, when President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and its companion Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act (HCERA), the administration has published in the Federal Register 109 final regulations governing how Obamacare will be implemented. . . . The Obama administration has […]

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Guns, Badges, and Cartels

Written by Gary North on September 5, 2013

“Does anyone seriously believe that people who are prepared to defy the laws against murder are going to obey laws against owning guns or large-capacity magazines?” — Thomas Sowell I have watched the debate over gun control for almost 50 years. I have heard opponents of gun control invoke this argument. I do not recall […]

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How Government-Protected Hospitals Rob Us Blind

Posted on August 29, 2013

You knew it was bad. But this bad? Much like every other aspect of the U.S. ponzi economy, the healthcare system is one gigantic centralized oligopolistic racket. The New York Times has done some excellent coverage on this topic as of late, most recently in an article I highlighted earlier this month about how Americans […]

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FDA’s Rules Will Shut Down Organic Farms

Posted on August 26, 2013

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Some California farmers are voicing concerns over the FDA’s proposed implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act. They say the rules are excessive and may put small farmers out of business. Judith Redmond, the co-owner of Full Belly Farm in Guinda, sells her organic fruits and vegetables locally through farmers’ markets. She […]

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Health Insurance Costs: $16,351 a Year per Family

Written by Gary North on August 21, 2013

This may seem incredible. It’s true anyway. The Henry J. Kaiser Foundation has released the figure. This is what the typical premium costs for families whose health insurance is paid for by their employers. The main advantage is that this is not taxable income. For workers whose employers provide health insurance coverage, this is a […]

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Federal Reserve Issues a Toothless Report on the Big Banks

Written by Gary North on August 20, 2013

The Federal Reserve’s primary function since 1914 is to protect large American banks. The FED is the enforcement agency in a banking cartel in which the largest banks possess most of the capital. Yesterday, the FED issued a report on the lack of capital — too much leverage — of America’s largest banks. The report […]

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How to Make $5 Million a Year: Government’s Revolving Door

Written by Gary North on July 24, 2013

The man known as the top legal enforcer at the Securities and Exchange Commission a year ago saw an opportunity. He could go into the private sector. Specifically, he could go into the securities field on Wall Street. After all, he knows how the government regulation system works. That makes him valuable. How valuable? Five […]

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