Monthly Archives: October 2009

Charity and Sacrifice in a Free Society

“If a man speculates on what “society” should do for the poor, he accepts thereby the collectivist premise that men’s lives belong to society and that he, as a member of society, has the right to dispose of them…that psychological … Continue reading

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Pelosi Health Care Bill – Read It Here

Here is the actual bill – all 1990 pages of it… Some things to look for: Pg 94-Section 202(c) prohibits sale of private individual health ins policies beginning 2013 Pg 110-Sec 222(e) requires the use of federal dollars to fund … Continue reading

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Jake Tapper: an ABC News Real Reporter

“Most AT readers, like many Americans, are thoroughly convinced that the legacy media reports with a bias toward Obama and the policies of his administration. So, when a notable exception surfaces, it’s only right that he or she be acknowledged.” … Continue reading

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Great Twilight Zone – The Obsolete Man

Classic Twilight Zone – What’s it doing here? Watch it – you’ll get the idea… Click here ro watch the episode

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10 Facts Every American Should Know About Speaker Pelosi’s 1,990-Page Gov’t Takeover of Health Care

“Members of Congress and the American people are just beginning to look at Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) 1,990-page government takeover of health care, but it’s already becoming clear just how costly and unsustainable this proposal is. From higher taxes on … Continue reading

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5 Reasons The GDP Jump Isn’t All It Seems

“Before we break out the party hats, keep in mind a few key points that may make that 3.5% gain much less than the headlines suggest: 1. Dollar-for-dollar we’re losing money.  Instead of thinking in percentage terms, think of GDP … Continue reading

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Why Democrats Should Start to Sweat

“In a world defined by nearly 100,000 iPhone apps, a world of seemingly limitless, self-defined choice, the Democrats are pushing the biggest, fattest, one-size-fits all legislation since 1965. And they brag this will complete the dream Franklin D. Roosevelt had … Continue reading

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