Chris Christie Trying To Change Focus in Key Speech

Posted on January 14, 2014

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, facing investigations over a traffic snarl-up and the use of federal money for an ad campaign, will likely try to shift attention back to his second-term agenda when he gives a key speech on Tuesday. Christie, a charismatic conservative and an early favorite in the upcoming Republican race for the […]

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Stalin Committed No Crimes, Says Obscure Tax-Funded Professor

Written by Gary North on November 14, 2012

There were never many Stalinists teaching in American universities. There are fewer today. That’s why a story like this gets some coverage. This guy was flushed like a quail by Yuri Maltsef. They were debating at a meeting held by Young Americans for Liberty, which is allied with Ron Paul. Maltsev lived under the USSR. […]

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0 for 307: Useless Tips on Terrorism Cost $18,893 Per Tip

Written by Gary North on October 17, 2012

The Department of Homeland Security has a program, “Text Against Terror.” Its acronym is TAP. Taxpayers are being tapped to pay for it. In New Jersey, $5.8 million was spent to create advertising for a program that lets transit commuters alert the authorities about suspicious things. I reported on this advertising campaign on September 18. […]

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