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Fashionistas Going Postal?
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Fashionistas Going Postal?

There are dumb ideas, really dumb ideas, and then there are government ideas. Faced with $15 billion of debt, dual defaults on their retiree benefits, and a hopelessly out-of-date business model, the U.S. Postal Service is trying desperately to get out of the red.

02/21/2013
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Thanks to the Supreme Court, Seniors Still "Trapped in Medicare"

In 2008, a group of liberty-minded citizens filed a lawsuit, Hall v. Sebelius, to disconnect Medicare Part A membership from their Social Security benefits. Last February, the D.C. Court of Appeals narrowly ruled in favor of the government, and the case seemed destined to reach the Supreme Court. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court recently announced that it would refuse to hear the case, thereby rendering the lower court’s decision final.

02/20/2013
FreedomWorks Media Roundup: February 9th – 20th, 2013
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FreedomWorks Media Roundup: February 9th – 20th, 2013

02/20/2013
Education Needs a Shot of the Free Market
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Education Needs a Shot of the Free Market

It might seem strange to suggest that the American educational system look to bourbon, but maybe that is just what they need. Maker’s Mark had a little lesson in free market economics this week, and schools should take note. 

02/20/2013
How You Can Save Your Country
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How You Can Save Your Country

Government goes to those who show up, right?  We've learned that we can't go to sleep and expect our nation to survive. Those with a penchant to support overbearing government programs to solve every societal ill never rest. Those of us who want to rein in government spending and fight for individual liberty cannot rest either. To limit government and keep it honest, we can't start at the top. We have to start at the bottom, at the most local level, where the trouble  often starts. The best place to start saving the country is right where you are. Local government controls much of what you and your family does on a daily basis.  Whether it's water rights, local taxes, street signage or the curriculum being taught in your schools, you should have a voice and be involved.  Find your passion and get busy. There are some activities that are easy to start doing that can produce immediate results, and give you a great sense of accomplishment along the way.

02/20/2013
The FreedomCast: Episode 12: Dean Clancy on the Sequester
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The FreedomCast: Episode 12: Dean Clancy on the Sequester

The FreedomCast: Episode 12: Dean Clancy on the Sequester and the Democrat's delay plan.   

02/20/2013
The Fallacy of Government Assistance
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The Fallacy of Government Assistance

Throughout American history, there have always been those that have fallen on hard times.  From British poor laws, brought over by the colonists, to today’s myriad of welfare programs, America has a strong foundation of seeking to help those in need.  However, what started as a very simple program has become convoluted, corrupted and ultimately fails to lift people from poverty to prosperity.  While examples of government assistance failures abound, none may be so evident as that of the current situation in New Mexico.

02/20/2013
A Democrat, a Republican and an Independent Plead for Responsible Governance – Reduce the Debt and End the Corruption
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A Democrat, a Republican and an Independent Plead for Responsible Governance – Reduce the Debt and End the Corruption

Over 2,000 years ago, Polybius observed the beginning of the decline of Rome.  Polybius foresaw the politicians' lust for power would result in deterioration and decline:

02/20/2013
The Broken Windows of Chelyabinsk
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The Broken Windows of Chelyabinsk

Early Friday morning a meteor screamed from the sky, creating a jagged contrail and exploding over a city in Russia’s Ural mountains. Several dashboard cameras captured the amazing descent, while handheld cams recorded the jarring boom that seemed to set off every car alarm in central Asia.The footage taught me three important facts:

02/17/2013
Sequester: Insincerity and Mendacity
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Sequester: Insincerity and Mendacity

Democracy and Power 108: ObfuscationWherever politics intrudes upon economic life, political success is readily attained by saying what people like to hear rather than what is demonstrably true. Instead of safeguarding truth and honesty, the state then tends to become a major source of insincerity and mendacity. —Hans F. Sennholz

02/16/2013

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