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Video: My Speech on American War Revisionism

Written by Gary North on November 1, 2012

On Friday, October 26, I delivered a speech at the 30th anniversary conference of the Mises Institute. I spoke on how the Establishment has maintained the official explanation of Japan’s supposedly unprovoked bombing of Pearl Harbor — an explanation not easily believed, once you know the facts leading up to the attack. This speech takes […]

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Facebook vs. Alex Jones: “Hate Cartoon”

Written by Gary North on October 30, 2012

We all know about hate speech. But what about hate cartoons like this one? Alex Jones posted it. I think it’s soft core. Al-CIA-Duh is more like it. Facebook has threatened Jones with the shut-down of his account: over 321,000 readers. Here is the story. * * * * * * * * * * […]

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Are You Getting My Tip of the Week? If Not, Subscribe.

Written by Gary North on October 29, 2012

Maybe you have not yet signed up for my Tip of the Week eletter. It is mailed out every Saturday morning. It costs nothing to subscribe. To read hundreds of back issues of money-saving tips, click here: http://www.garynorth.com/public/department54.cfm I figure that most households can use ways to cut costs. I find ways to do this. So […]

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Send Me Links to Government Outrages.

Written by Gary North on October 2, 2012

The Tea Party Economist is now the #4 libertarian website. Help me make it #3. If you come across a story on government economic stupidity or meddling, send me a link.  I figure that the government is fair game. It spies on us. Why shouldn’t we spy on it? Maybe you have spotted a great […]

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Victory! Newspapers — Liberal — Are Going Bust, Fast

Written by Gary North on September 10, 2012

Liberals bet the farm on the public schools (academically deteriorating), FCC-licensed network TV (falling ratings), newspapers (falling revenues), Hollywood (still standing), and universities (still standing). The newspapers are dying. The sign of this is their revenues. They have fallen over a cliff. Free market economist Mark Perry comments. The blue line in the chart above […]

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The Terrible Curse of Seeing Typographical Errors

Written by Gary North on August 23, 2012

Inside the minds of some people there is a 8th-grade English teacher, trying to get out. They see typos. Almost no one else does. The typos bother them, grate at them, make their days miserable. I know, because they write to me, begging me to quit making them. I write 2,548 articles a year, minimum. […]

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