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Harry Reid Steal Nevada? A serious investigation into potential vote fraud needs to be
launched immediately in Nevada, after incumbent Harry Reid beat Tea
Party candidate Sharron Angle by a clear five points, despite pre-election
polls showing Angle four points ahead, amidst suspicious evidence of
vote flipping and other dirty tricks on behalf of the Reid campaign
last week that were dubbed “criminal” by Angle’s campaign
Politicians Put China in Crosshair US-based global corporations have been shifting
their business to China and off-shoring millions of jobs to the region
due to their extremely low worker wages. Americans are already pre-disposed
to blaming China because of the media and political jargon. US politicians
have been conveniently been shifting blame for unemployment from themselves
to China with political ads during the current midterm election season.
Paul Promises To Challenge GOP Establishment On the same day that he swept to victory in the
Kentucky Senate race, Rand Paul immediately contradicted doubters who
warned that he would compromise and begin to support neo-con political
policies by promising to challenge the GOP establishment while also
working to cut the bloated US defense budget.
yuan big problem Former Reagan Administration official Paul Craig Roberts writes,
“now that a few Democrats and the remnants of the AFL-CIO are
waking up to the destructive impact of jobs off shoring on the US economy
and millions of American lives”.
the 2010 election results will affect health care and health freedom In what appears to be a broad backlash against
Obama-era policies, U.S. voters swept Republicans into office in record
numbers in last night’s election. As of this writing, Republicans
had clearly taken the House but failed to win a majority in the Senate.
This effectively ends the Democratic super-majority alignment among
the House, Senate and White House.
Is Sold Just Like Soda or Toothpaste
White House chief of Staff Andrew Card famously said – in explaining
why the Bush administration delayed until September 2002 to make its
case for war in Iraq: “From a marketing point of view, you don’t
introduce new products in August.”
Establishment Republicans Tame the Tea Party Fire? Nancy Pelosi, the California Democrat who
famously quipped “we need to pass the bill so we can see what
is in it,” is no longer speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives.
On Tuesday, American voters swept out the Democrat majority and
replaced it with a fresh crop of Republicans. Ohio Republican John
Boehner will now become the third most powerful person in the government.
Bank Joins Chorus Of Voices Calling For End Of The Federal Reserve Following the recent surge in Fed critics,
including Gross, Buffett, Grantham, and most other self-respecting
economists, Saxo Bank’s John J. Hardy shares the most recent,
and very scathing, critique of the Fed, which essentially calls
for the end of the US central bank, saying the days of the Fed are
Statists Fearmonger About Rand Paul Causing “Worldwide Depression” MSNBC statists, including Olbermann and Maddow, are
noticeably crestfallen at Rand Paul’s victory, yet despite
the election being over they continue to relentlessly attack him,
this time by fearmongering about his views on lowering the US debt
and ludicrously threatening that Rand Paul alone could cause a “worldwide
depression” and global anarchy, with governments collapsing
left, right and center.
Hangover: Ehrlich, Holdren, Hansen Unretracted In the name of science, Paul Ehrlich, John
Holdren, and James Hansen (et al.) have made doom-and-gloom predictions
about business-as-usual in an attempt to shock humanity into immediate
legislative action and lifestyle changes.