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The Grand Irony of RussiaGate: The U.S. Becomes More Like the U.S.S.R. Every Day

When the Soviet regime exiled Sakharov in 1980, everybody assumed the USSR was permanent and impregnable to collapse.

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Americans Live In A World Of Lies

The US government and the presstitutes that serve it continue to lie to us about everything.

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The Real Cost of Medicare for All is in Lives, Not Dollars

For all the many issues that exist today with American healthcare — all the direct result of government — at least there is freedom to explore options outside of the Federal bureaucracy.

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Instead of Paying Farmers Subsidies to Grow Unprofitable Crops, Wouldn’t It Make More Sense to Legalize Hemp Agriculture and Unleash Billions in Profit Potential

For farmers, hemp could be the next big thing. In fact, cultivating hemp could help restore agricultural economy in the U.S.

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Who Does America Belong to?

America is ruled by a tiny percentage of people who constitute a treasonous class. These people have the money to purchase the government, the media, and the economics profession that shills for them.

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Trump’s Tweets End the Myth of Fed Independence

Significant rate increases could make it impossible for the government to service its existing debt, thus making it difficult for President Trump and Congress to continue increasing welfare and warfare spending.

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Trade War: Billions Of Pounds Of Meat In US Warehouses Have Nowhere To Go

The effects of the Trump administration's trade war are finally rearing their ugly heads.  There are now billions of pounds of chicken meat in warehouses in the United States with nowhere to go.

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Eric July On Why The Only Rights Are ‘Negative Rights’

Breaking it down as simply as possible, Eric July smashed the leftist myth that food and healthcare are rights.  Using the simplest means possible, July explains why you, of course, have to eat to survive, but that doesn't mean you have the right to enslave others in order to provide for your needs.

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Our Institutions Are Failing

Incompetence has been institutionalized, and is now the accepted norm. Schools fail, municipal agencies fail, oversight agencies fail, state agencies fail, and the public feels powerless to effect any systemic change.

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The Western World’s Most Depressing Chart

The Western world became rich when governments were very small and redistribution was tiny or even nonexistent.

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