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  • Russians Now In Charge of U.S. Defense Policy  By : Robert Thomson
    The Obama administration just canceled plans for the placement of a missile defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic. In return, the U.S. gained nothing.
  • CBS, NBC, and MSNBC Boycott the ACORN Scandal  By : Robert Thomson
    CBS, NBC, and MSNBC have all thus far refused to air stories about the growing ACORN scandal.
  • Get Ready for an L-Shaped Recovery  By : Robert Thomson
    Everyone can stop arguing about whether we will see a V-shaped recovery or a U-shaped recovery and finally start accepting that what we are going to see is an L-shaped recovery.
  • Obama Promotes Foreign Oil  By : Robert Thomson
    The Obama administration’s U.S. Export-Import Bank recently provided two billion dollars in loan guarantees to the Petrobas, a socialist oil company controlled by the Brazilian government.
  • Yale Abandons Academic Freedom  By : Robert Thomson
    Yale University has completely abandoned the principles of academic freedom by censoring a book by Professor Jytte Klausen.
  • Tea Party Twitter Handles  By : Robert Thomson
    Contact information for the tea party groups on Twitter.
  • Leftists Attack Joe Wilson's Web Site  By : Robert Thomson
    Left-wing activists have staged a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on Joe Wilson's web site.
  • Keep Your Kids Home on September 8th  By : Robert Thomson
    There is a dangerous predator attempting to get to your kids when you are not around to protect them, and his name is Barack Obama.
  • The Presumptive Republican Nominee & That Other Guy  By : shaikh Asif
    I’ve noticed lately that the media has taken to calling John McCain the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. It’s a strange sort of twist considering that a couple months ago they seemed so certain that McCain was the Republican presidential nominee. It wasn’t so long ago that the media was crowing that all other Republican candidates had dropped out. Yet today we suddenly hear again and again that McCain is the presumptive nominee.
  • New Heights of Hypocrisy from the Obama Administation  By : Robert Thomson
    The Obama administration is evincing appalling hypocrisy in condemning the government of Scotland for releasing one dying terrorist, when they campaigned on a platform of releasing hundreds of healthy terrorists.
  • Obama, Torture, Ron Paul and the DC Warmongers  By : monu29
    A while back I started hearing about Barack Obamas decision to maintain Bush era military tribunals. There was some speculation that some people of a certain political persuasion may have a problem with this decision. Certain people that may have supported and voted for Mr. Obama in Novembers election may feel a bit let down by his actions. Personally, this decision did not surprise me at all. I really wonder what people expect of their politicians. Did anyone honestly expect this man to keep hi
  • U.S. Government Credit Rating at Risk  By : Robert Thomson
    The U.S. government enjoys an AAA credit rating - the highest rating possible. It has held this Triple-A rating since 1917.

    Unfortunately, due to recent massive increases in federal debt, the U.S. government may be about to lose that AAA rating.
  • Sales of Atlas Shrugged Reach Record Numbers  By : Robert Thomson
    Atlas Shrugged is selling at a faster rate this year than any previous year, including 1957, when the book was published.
  • Unemployment Rate to Cross 10%  By : Robert Thomson
    The federal unemployment rate is currently 9.5%, the highest rate in 26 years, and will rise higher than 10% before Christmas.
  • Deflation  By : Robert Thomson
    Almost everyone knows about inflation and the troubles associated with it, but comparatively few people are familiar with deflation. This is fairly understandable, as the U.S. has not experienced deflation since 1955 -- until now.
  • Timothy Geithner Talks to His Real Bosses  By : Robert Thomson
    Timothy Geithner recently endured two days of meetings with the people paying his salary - the Chinese.
  • U.S. Depression Spreads to the Countryside  By : Robert Thomson
    Until recently, the middle portions of America were relevatively insulated from the countries economic woes. Decreased demand for energy (primarily coal and natural gas) and food has brought the economic morass even to these rural counties.
  • Tax Revenue Falls Sharply  By : Robert Thomson
    U.S. government tax revenues from individuals are are down 22%, compared to 2008 numbers. Over the same period, US government revenue from corporate taxes has dropped a whopping 57%.
  • Food Stamp Recipients are Growing Fat  By : Robert Thomson
    A recently released study by the Center for Human Resource Research of Ohio State University and the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Michigan-Dearborn shows that food stamp recipients rank a full point higher on the BMI (Body Mass Index) scale than the average American.
  • Global Warming to Kill One Billion People by 2020  By : Robert Thomson
    John Holdren, Obama's science czar, predicts that global warming will kill one billion people by 2020.
  • Don't Agree that Government is Too Big?  By : Robert Thomson
    Little ten year old Clementine Lee was recently surrounded by police and fined $50 for running a lemonade stand without a government permit.
  • The Federal Reserve Abolition Act  By : Dirtyp
    Ron Paul introduced HR 2755: Federal Reserve Abolition Act. There were no co-sponsors, no further action was taken, and the legislation was referred to the House Committee on Financial Services and effectively pigeonholed and ignored.

    It’s a bold and needed measure to “abolish the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks, to repeal the Federal Reserve Act, and for other purposes.”
  • Political Unrest in Thailand  By : Christopher Snyder
    The situation in Thailand reminds me the old saying, "be careful what you ask for you may just get it". In September of 2006, Thailand went through a military coup. The military asked for the Prime Minister to step down, he did. Now the Thai People are struggling with a new government.
  • Conflicts In the Office: Tips For Getting Along With Your Co-Workers  By : alexis
    Life would be pleasant for in the office if you know how to get along with others.but if you're the type who don't make friends easily. its not too late to sharpen your office skills.
  • Corporate Bureaucracy: Dealing With And Surviving Catch-22 At Work  By : aseya
    Every so often, people working in a big company feel that the internal corporate bureaucracy is too much to handle. In some cases, the bureaucracy can be perceived as a catch-22, which may or may not be entirely accurate. To prevent the sort of paranoia this tends to bring, it is best that employees regularly find ways to relieve stress and feel totally separated from the bureacracy.
  • Conflicts in the Workplace  By : kaye
    Conflicts in workplace can cause stress and anxiety to the victim.
  • Workplace Bullying: The War of the Nerves  By : naix
    The article is about Workplace Bullying” and how it causes stress to the the victim. The article also cites ways to prevent bullying in the workplace.
  • Five Principles For Any Employee  By : kemengr
    One day you get a job! You are thrilled. You do not have to ask your dad for money, you can buy what you want, you can have fun as you wish. There is a lurking suspicion somewhere. Whether I will be able to work to the satisfaction of the boss, what kind of work will be there, and actually what will I be supposed to do ?
  • Visualization: The Key To Your Ascent In Business and Your Career  By :
    A look at a Success Template for your businss or career success and how to achieve it by daily programming your subconscious to drive you through writing goals and visualization...
  • Secrets of Successful Self-Promotion  By : Judy Weigle
    Secret advice on becoming the best self-promoter at a variety of promotion opportunities.

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