Thursday, December 2, 2010

Congressional Leaders Call for Flat Tax

One step in the right direction!

Congressional Leaders Call for Flat Tax

American Thinker: The US's 'Little Shop of Horrors' Turns 40

American Thinker: The US's 'Little Shop of Horrors' Turns 40

The Bourgeoisie, Egalitarianism, and the Death of Culture

The Bourgeoisie, Egalitarianism, and the Death of Culture

White House Insider: Pelosi, Scandal, Soros…and Racism


This guy could be bogus or he could be real. You Decide!
Published by Ulsterman on December 2, 2010 in Opinions

Our second installment of the latest DC Insider interview broaches the subject of Soros, and hints at a shocking revelation regarding First Lady Michelle Obama.

…How was Reverend Wright not a big story? The media was all over it. No they weren’t. Not nearly as much as they should have been – any other candidate, they would have been. That’s not news right there – you know that, right. C’mon, admit it, the media should have destroyed Obama’s campaign right there. We all thought they would. We should have been done. The campaign was over – should have been over. It wasn’t though.  Read more

Fraud to Freedom...Wake Up and leave Schmuckville


WSJ: Food safety bill a corporate welfare program?

posted at 11:36 am on December 2, 2010 by Ed Morrissey

And when the Wall Street Journal complains of corporate welfare via regulatory expansion, it’s worth noting.  In an editorial today scolding the GOP for playing ball on S510, the food-safety bill that Harry Reid pushed as part of his desperate lame-duck agenda, the WSJ’s editors notes that the expansion of FDA powers and especially its mandatory recall authority will disproportionately impact smaller growers, especially in the House version, which is why the larger corporations didn’t put up much of a fight (via The Week):  Read More

Fed aid in financial crisis went beyond U.S. banks to industry, foreign firms

The Gift that keeps on Giving

Surprise Surprise...Gift Giving by the illegal Federal Reserve.

By Jia Lynn Yang, Neil Irwin and David S. Hilzenrath
Washington Post Staff Writers
Thursday, December 2, 2010; 12:15 AM

The financial crisis stretched even farther across the economy than many had realized, as new disclosures show the Federal Reserve rushed trillions of dollars in emergency aid not just to Wall Street but also to motorcycle makers, telecom firms and foreign-owned banks in 2008 and 2009.
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