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Congress: Stimulus and spending update

On September 30, the Senate passed the Continuing Resolution funding the government until after the election. The following ten Republican senators voted against continuing spending on autopilot: Marsha Blackburn (TN) Mike Braun (IN) Ted [...]

Can the Fed End Racism?

House Financial Services Chair Maxine Waters and Senator Elizabeth Warren have introduced the Federal Reserve Racial and Economic Equity Act. This legislation directs the Federal Reserve to eliminate racial disparities in income, employment, [...]

Question 'The Science'? Go To Gulag!

In the Soviet Union it was forbidden to dispute the wisdom of the “party line.” That’s because Marxian communism was viewed as the scientifically inevitable progression of mankind. For Marx and Lenin, the “science was settled.” [...]

The War on Assange is a War on Truth

It is dangerous to reveal the truth about the illegal and immoral things our government does with our money and in our name, and the war on journalists who dare reveal such truths is very much a bipartisan affair. Just ask Wikileaks founder [...]

The cure is worse than the disease

Forced vaccinations. . . Digital immunity certificates. . . This is what we face -- and it’s coming at us quickly. I'm very concerned politicians and Big Pharma are just a few short weeks away from stripping away your health freedom in [...]

This week in Congress SCOTUS Edition

This week, Congress will be dominated by two stories: the ongoing talks about a coronavirus “relief” and economic “stimulus” bill and Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings. Obamacare is a major issue in Judge Barrett’s [...]

Trump and Biden Squabble While America Burns

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden spent most of last week’s first Presidential debate trading insults and interrupting each other. The result was a debate with very little discussion of actual issues or policies. In [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Restore America’s Budget Plan

On Monday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a 30-year projection of the federal budget. The report shows that if current spending trends continue, the national debt will be at 195% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2050.  That’s [...]

Debt is the Real Pandemic

According to the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) latest “Update on the Budget Outlook,” this year’s $3.3 trillion federal deficit is not just three times larger than last year: it is the largest federal deficit in history. The CBO [...]

The Fed's Brilliant Plan? More Inflation and Higher Prices

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell recently announced that the Fed is abandoning “inflation targeting” where the Fed aims to maintain a price inflation rate of up to two percent. Instead, the Fed will allow inflation to remain above two [...]