By Mary Theroux | Thursday March 11, 2010 at 12:32 PM PST | 5 Comments
Tags: Andrew Napolitano, Bailouts, Budget and Tax Policy, Business, Corporatism, Crisis and Leviathan, deficit spending, deficits, Economics, Employment, Fox News, Free Market, Government subsidies, Great Depression, Keynesian economics, Labor, Nationalization, Obamanomics, Personal Liberty, Politics, Poverty, Presidential Power, Socialism, stimulus, The State
By Wendy Honett | at 11:51 AM PST | 2 Comments
A favorite resource of mine for news about corruption in law enforcement is InjusticeEverywhere.com. Their Twitter feed is hard to stomach, but I do my best and I try to call attention to it when I can. I think it is important to note that in the last few days alone, InjusticeEverywhere posted stories...
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Tags: Civil Liberties, Criminal Justice, Drugs, Integrity, Law, Personal Liberty, Police, The State, Transparency, Urban Issues
By James L. Payne | at 8:27 AM PST | 9 Comments
The form letter in the mail today from the Census Bureau—which I suppose everyone in the United States has received—urged me to participate in the upcoming census. “Your response is important,” it said, because “Results from the 2010 Census will be used to. . . .” Can the reader guess how the sentence ends?...
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Tags: Budget and Tax Policy, Census, Census Bureau, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Cynicism, Economics, entitlements, Liberty, Personal Liberty, Politics, Surveillance, Taxation, Welfare