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Saving Barnes & Noble

Saving Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble is headed towards bankruptcy ... but it can be saved. This article discusses how it is possible to save B&N.…

Say “Goodbye” to your Land Line

Say “Goodbye” to your Land Line

Consumers will no longer have a choice to keep a land line.…

Texas Comptroller Forces Failed Business to Remain Open or Face Fine

Texas Comptroller Forces Failed Business to Remain Open or Face Fine

Texas forces business to remain OPEN despite insolvency. …

2012 – Magical Economic Recovery

2012 – Magical Economic Recovery

2012 will represent the fastest economic recovery in the history of the nation.…

Obama’s Mortgage Plan – Bribery and Extortion

Obama’s Mortgage Plan – Bribery and Extortion

Obama resorts to bribery and extortion for mortgage refinancing.…

No More “Globalism”

No More “Globalism”

“Globalism” is a myth created by progressives to justify their own utopian fantasy of “World Economic Justice”. Globalism exists only because our foreign policy perpetuates it. But we don’t…

Who voted for Debt Ceiling Bill?

The Debt Ceiling bill, which is officially known as, “ S365 – Budget Control Act of 2011” was originally known as, “To make a technical amendment to the Education Sciences…

Is it time to sell gold?

Obama will not sign legislation that will balance the budget, and he certainly will never sign any legislation that would amend the constitution. Furthermore, any such legislation would probably never…

Are American’s Now Slaves to the Government?

Slavery. According to history, slavery officially ended (in the United States) on December 6, 1865 with the adoption of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Notwithstanding the non-official…

Progressive Society Continues

The Beat Marches On Yesterday, our great leaders in Washington finally came to an agreement on the budget for last year. Ok, actually it was for this year’s budget, but…