The United States Export-Import Bank is scheduled to expire at the end of June 2015, and the elected representatives of both parties are tripping over themselves to reauthorize it, citing the importance of exports and strong private enterprise to the American economy.
Sunday, 19 July 2009 12:14 Quintessential Liberal vs. Extreme Marxist By JB Williams ©2009 USA Since 52% of American voters were foolish enough to buy the story that Barack Hussein Obama is some sort of “liberal messiah,” I thought it would be interesting to compare the belief systems of America’s father of liberalism and author […]
Consider this a subpage or sequel to our basic philosophy of liberty, recommended aid in understanding Force, defined as: (private sector) The non-consensual act of taking or harming one’s life or property, whether murder, rape, theft or …, such acts being both immoral and unlawful. (governments) Compel, constrain, or oblige (someone) to do something. Consider […]
Nobody wants to mention tax rises just ahead of the elections,” said Thorolfur Matthiasson, an economics professor at the University of Iceland. “But if the budget deficit is 10 percent of GDP and the official debt is approximately what the nation can produce in one year, then the politicians will have to raise tax and […]
The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 introduced in the Senate would allow the president to shut down private Internet networks. The legislation also calls for the government to have the authority to demand security data from private networks without regard to any provision of law, regulation, rule or policy restricting such access. …The 51-page bill does […]
To All My Valued Employees, There have been some rumblings around the office about the future of this company and, more specifically, your job. As you know, the economy has changed for the worse and presents many challenges. However, the good news is this: The economy doesn’t pose a threat to your job. What does […]
The first rescue package of $700 billion passed by the Bush Administration was supposed to buy back this bad paper. Instead the government … gave half of it to banks with no strings attached instead of designating it for security redemption. The banks did not use the money to redeem the bad paper certificates… Starts […]
This is a followup to America is History which I wrote and submitted to Digg last week. Our government made a surprising move which is delaying the collapse for a short while, but the collapse is beyond avoidable. This is my attempt to warn you — protect whatever assets you have as best you can, […]