The GOP Bible for 2016: A Peek Inside

December 25th, 2013
in Op Ed, syndication

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Merry Christmas!

Attached below are some of the quotes from my new book (The GOP Bible for 2016) for your appreciation on this wonderful Christmas ...

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No Free Lunch, No Government Elves, and No Santa Claus

December 25th, 2013
in Op Ed

by Michael Rozeff, Lew Rockwell.com

What Obama said on Dec. 20 after criticizing Congress for not extending “temporary” unemployment insurance:

I think we’re a better country than that. We don’t abandon each other when times are tough.”

And what he did not say:

And I want you to put other people’s money where my mouth is.”


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100 Years Is Enough: Time to Make the Fed a Public Utility

December 24th, 2013
in Op Ed

by Ellen Brown, Web of Debt

December 23rd, 2013, marks the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve, warranting a review of its performance. Has it achieved the purposes for which it was designed?

The answer depends on whose purposes we are talking about. For the banks, the Fed has served quite well. For the laboring masses whose populist movement prompted it, not much has changed in a century.

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Artemus Ward: Bourbon Comeback

December 23rd, 2013
in Op Ed

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My old friend Artemus Ward drifted through a few days ago to size up the Paris scene, but he is a bit distraught these days. He still thinks Mr Punch is the man who carries weight on the London publishing world and, to boot, he forgot his notes, which I am passing on to you here.

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The Tarnished Record of JP Morgan

December 22nd, 2013
in Op Ed

I Don’t Usually Reply To Comments, But…

by Shah Gilani, Money Morning

Wall Street Insights & Indictments isn’t just my forum, it’s a forum for everyone to join in the conversation.

Of course I read all your comments, every last one, and I love them all.

When you don’t agree with me, you tell me. I appreciate that. It makes me think twice.

I don’t usually reply to comments, not because I don’t have an answer, or because I don’t want to thank you for your inspiration, or because I don’t want to address your differences of opinion. It’s simply because it’s not fair to address some comments and not others.

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