Barney Frank flip-flops on Fannie and Freddie, let’s hope the GOP doesn’t get one of these videos made about them.
Archives for December 2010
As the New Year comes Americans will be greeted with a major change in their congressional representation. Conservatives fought hard for two years to convince independents that they should stand together and cast out the liberal-progressives in Congress. It worked, and now conservatives must stay true to their promises to independents. When I see news […]
A high cholesterol level is often singled out as the number one health hazard. We all know about the enormous fortunes that drug companies make selling drugs to lower your low-density lipoprotein (LDL)—in theory, the bad cholesterol. Do these drugs work to your benefit? In nature, there are very few sure bets. The weight of […]
The constitution is outlawed. Ron Paul wants currency competition.
Any American familiar with the writings of the founders knows that the commerce clause was never meant to lend Congress carte blanche to make up any government program it desired and fund it with your money. Nor is Congress given the right to set up cartels that use government authority to meddle in the affairs […]
Yesterday, National Review posted an interview with Congressman Ron Paul. The interview itself is worth reading. Paul is a great man and has been essential in educating Americans about constitutional government, non-interventionism and monetary policy. But a paragraph from the interview deserves its own highlight, and here it is: Paul, however, says his political philosophy […]
On Sunday Paul Krugman wrote some more delusional jive about inflation. Krugman tells readers that inflation is not happening, and that the rise in commodity prices is a function of developing nations demanding more commodities to feed and power their countries. That may be partly true, but that doesn’t explain the increases in prices for […]
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Senator Tom Coburn on the failures during the lame-duck session of Congress.