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How States Can Safeguard Against Meltdown of U.S. Economy

When this country was conceived, the states were intended to retain sovereignty as free and independent nation states, which is why state’s rights are protected under the Constitution. These days, the 10th Amendment (as well as other amendments) doesn’t seem to be at all relevant to the federal government anymore, but it takes more than…

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Online NDAA Protest Campaign: Belligerent Act

The non-profit group Belligerent Act (belligerentact.org) is spearheading an online protest demanding the repeal of certain sections of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.  The act that was signed by Barack Obama on December 31st 2011 calling for indefinite military detention of those considered committing “belligerent acts” against the United States. The specific provision of…

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Bill Set to Clear the Way for 30,000 Surveillance Drones Over U.S.

Can you smell the police state coming? Just when I think the attack on our rights and privacy couldn’t get any worse, another entirely unbelievable threat shows up on the horizon. The House and Senate have recently voted for the passage of a bill (H.R. 658) that will allow the use of surveillance drones to…

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The American Dream

Have you ever tried to explain to someone how our economy and fractional reserve banking work, only to be met with a blank, glazed stare? Or try to get them to understand that our fiat currency is based on nothing but debt, but they think you’re talking about a crappy Italian car that they owned…

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Are We Witnessing the Roll-up to Martial Law in the U.S.?

Is it just me, or does anyone else find it a little odd that Congress approved an additional $24M in funding to expand the TSA’s “VIPR” program, which operates checkpoints on highways, bus and train stations, sporting events and even at high school proms (!), right before NDAA was signed? Congress is set to give…

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The Economy is Still Bush’s Fault and How do You Like Your New Police State?

According to a poll that was recently published by the Washington Post and ABC television, nearly one in three Americans surveyed said they were not as well off as they were back in 2009, when Obama assumed the office of the presidency. Now, I don’t typically put a lot of stock in polls, but you…

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