Spying on Civilians: Unmanned Drones

Written by Gary North on December 14, 2011

This is not “black helicopters” stuff. This is, as they say, the real deal. This appeared in Stars and Stripes, the news site of the U.S. Army. A county sheriff in North Dakota had a search warrant for six missing cows in late June. Wait a minute! Why does a sheriff in the wide open […]

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Proposed U.N. Arms Treaty Against Handguns

Written by Gary North on December 14, 2011

Gun control advocates inside the United Nations are attempting to pass an international arms-control treaty. If the Senate ratifies it, the supply of guns will decline. Meanwhile, demand is rising. Consider this report. “We predict that a global Arms Trade Treaty will come into force late this year,” a report in the Jan. 2012 issue […]

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God, Gold, Groceries, and Guns

Written by Gary North on November 15, 2011

These are the Big Four. I first wrote about this in 1980. Most of the time, we muddle through. We bump along. But a wise person has reserves. I mean reserves in the broadest sense. Faith in God is more reliable than faith in gold. As for groceries, they are cheap, especially for wise shoppers […]

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