Police Hold Children Hostage, and Motorists Pay

Written by Gary North on June 5, 2012

This is the accusation of critics of the budget-balancing program in a Texas town. The town takes in $800,000 a year with this program. The police stop people driving through. They charge them with drug trafficking. They take their children and turn them over to Child Protective Services. Then, to get their kids back, the […]

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Financial Privacy Today: The Last Loophole

Written by Gary North on February 29, 2012

You can get it. You just can’t get it at your bank. How can you get it. At your ATM. It’s cheap. It’s fast. It’s untraceable once you make the withdrawal. No other way. Hide your money outside the country? Nonsense. That has not been possible for 35 years. I wrote about this in 1976, […]

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The Terrorist Next Door

Written by Gary North on February 16, 2012

The FBI is now handing out flyers to Internet cafe owners that describe potential terrorists. Suspicious activity #1: he pays with cash. You know: currency. Pieces of paper with dead politicians’ faces on them. Suspicious activity #2: he expresses interest in remote-control airplanes? This points to a terrorist act, such as ramming a model airplane […]

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Worse Than the NDAA: This Bill Is Before Congress

Written by Gary North on January 10, 2012

Its called the Enemy Expatriation Act. It is probably going to be signed into law. But first, let’s review. In America today, the politicians have convinced most of us that in order to keep us all “safe” we must give up many of our rights and move toward becoming a totalitarian police state.  In the […]

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Are You a Food-Storing Terrorist? A Gun Owner?

Written by Gary North on January 3, 2012

This article goes into the details of the NDAA law that Obama just signed. Storing food could get you labeled as a terror suspect So then, you might be wondering, “What kinds of activities could get me accused of being involved in supporting terrorism?” And here’s the kicker, because all the following activities could cause […]

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