Another Military Voting Update

October 12, 2012
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Another Military Voting Update

Brian C. Hood Editor, Military Affairs October 12, 2012   This week a new survey of the military was released.  It shows the expected voting preferences of the military members and the hot button topics and issues.  Surprisingly, the big issues were the overall economy and the character of the candidates.  Here are the key…

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A Helping Hand for Chairman Bernanke

October 12, 2012
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The following Article, presented under my by-line, is written by Norm Robbins, a successful businessman who has become a friend of mine.    I respect and enjoy Norm.  I respect him in part because he has had significant business success and in part because he is very well read, one of the most well read people…

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The Book: The Law – here now !

October 10, 2012
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The Book: The Law – here now !

On October 5th, Dr. Mark Pingle posted about the book, “The Law,”by Frédéric Bastiat [1850]. That post has released a lot of interest in the book by our readers, and I thought it would be good to get it into the hands of our subscribers. Central to the concepts of The American Philosopher, are the…

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I Get So Confused???

October 9, 2012
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I Get So Confused???

By David Fritsche, General Editor Let me explain! I have been told that my head does not contain brains but cabinets and files to organize thoughts, rather than to just think like real people. I suppose this is the basis of my confusion. You see, I tend to categorize what our government does in terms…

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The ‘How’ of a Shrinking Army

October 9, 2012
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The ‘How’ of a Shrinking Army

By Brian C. Hood Editor, Military Affairs Exactly how the Army will meet Obama’s first stage reduction in force has been announced. The first to go will be: • Those with a nasty comment in their records. • Those who fail a PT test. • Those with too much weight and too little lean. This…

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Climate Change: Obama vs Romney

October 8, 2012
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ScienceDebate.org recently asked President Obama and Governor Romney about their respective positions on global warming. Obama’s response is predictably eco-centric and insists on government solutions.  Mitt Romney’s stance, on the other hand, is clear, detailed, well-balanced, and advances market solutions. Though I don’t agree with Romney’s assessment that “human activities contribute to..global warming,” I do appreciate…

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Obama is wrong – democracy is EVIL

October 8, 2012
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Obama is wrong – democracy is EVIL

By Brian Sussman President Obama spoke before the United Nations today, heralding the virtues of “democracy” in the Middle East. In his speech he proclaimed, “We insisted on change in Egypt, because our support for democracy put us on the side of the people. We supported a transition of leadership in Yemen, because the interests…

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