Doublespeak at the White House: Cold Weather Proves It’s Warming

Posted on December 30, 2014

2014 was another disappointing year in terms of major changes needed to avert Global Climate Change. Even though Climatists had redoubled their efforts in order to convince the general public that immediate measures are required to stop the dangers of global warming. But the gap between the general public warnings and actual events lead mostly […]

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Why Dan Quayle Did Not Hire Me in 1977

Written by Gary North on December 29, 2014

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In early 1977, I needed a job. I had been Ron Paul’s research assistant. He had been defeated by fewer than 300 votes out of 180,000 the previous November. I still thought I might stay in Washington. I did not get a job on Capitol Hill. I did not stay in Washington. For this, I […]

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How Cops and Firemen Are Skinning Idaho’s Taxpayers

Posted on December 29, 2014

With annual pay and benefits averaging $135,382 for Boise firefighters and $102,003 for Boise police, it’s time for a reassessment of spending priorities not only in Boise, but in the state as well. . . . [P]ublic order and safety spending in Idaho is expected to skyrocket 343 percent in the next five years from […]

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Obama Is in the Bankers’ Hip Pocket

Written by Gary North on December 29, 2014

Obama has nominated Antonio Weiss to be the Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance. Liberals in the Senate are trying to stop the nomination. I’m with them. Liberals think there is something substantive at stake. There isn’t. It’s all symbolic. If Weiss is somehow not confirmed — unlikely — he will simply be […]

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Keynesianism + Central Bank Counterfeiting + Aging = Stagnation

Posted on December 26, 2014

Japanese drew down savings for the first time on record while wages adjusted for inflation dropped the most in almost five years, highlighting challenges for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as he tries to revive the world’s third-largest economy. The savings rate in the year through March was minus 1.3 percent, the first negative reading in […]

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Tsunami + Keynesianism + Sharia Law = Stagnation

Posted on December 26, 2014

After the peace came $7.2bn of relief funds from international donors and the Indonesian government in one of the world’s biggest and most complex disaster reconstruction efforts. It left Aceh with some of the country’s best roads and hospitals, 140,000 new homes and 1,400 new schools. The funds also gave a big boost to the […]

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The Christmas Spirit: Confronting the Murderer of My Father

Posted on December 25, 2014

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By Rev. Francis Nigel Lee (died Dec. 23, 2011) In April 1994, I was invited to fly around the world and expound the Lord’s Prayer in the USA during September. Having acquired the plane ticket, I was much looking forward to visiting my parents in Barrydale (near Swellendam in South Africa) – on my way […]

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