Libyan Attack Sends Obama’s Odds Through the Roof

Written by Gary North on September 17, 2012

On the day before the attack on the American embassy in Libya, Obama’s odds of re-election on the Intrade betting website were at 57 — high. As news of the attack spread, the odds jumped to 65. Then they rose to 67. American mainstram media have not published this photo of murderers dragging Ambassador Stephens’ […]

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Why Ron Paul Should NOT Run as a Third Party Candidate

Written by Gary North on April 9, 2012

National politics is a loser’s game today, unless he is building a mailing list for post-election uses. Ron Paul is building such a list. Third party politics in a non-parliamentary system is the leprechaun’s lure of gold at the end of the rainbow. Teddy Roosevelt in 1912 was the last serious candidate to run on […]

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