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The Administration of Barack Obama is facing criticism from two sections of its base over an oil pipeline construction project. Environmentalists say that the practices involved in building the pipeline and extracting the oil will impact global warming. Others, including union officials, say it will create badly needed American jobs.
Representative Laura Richardson (D-Calif.) is facing an investigation by the House Ethics Committee into allegations that the lawmaker may have pressured her staff into working on her re-election campaign in 2010.
According to my very unscientific analysis, only about 5 percent of the conscious American adult population (those who bother to follow issues at a minimum level and vote in national elections) truly understand inflation and how the Federal Reserve’s policies are stealing your wealth every day. Sadly, that percentage becomes frighteningly lower when combined with the rest of the American sheeple.
A Republican and a Democratic lawmaker are requesting that the Super Committee, which is facing an approaching deadline, buck leadership and implement both spending cuts and revenue increases.
A group touting the motto “the time for change has passed” has planned a peaceful protest on Veteran’s Day to demand the resignation of President Barack Obama and various members of his Administration.
Armed citizens willing to protect their property may be what keeps violent, destructive riots like what transpired in England earlier this year from occurring in the United States. When social unrest erupted in England, panicked citizens purchased baseball bats and clubs by the thousands.
GOP Presidential hopeful Ron Paul, speaking on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Thursday, said that his message against the Federal Reserve’s constant manipulation of the United States’ monetary system is beginning to resonate with the American public. He said that voters are coming his way because times have changed.
We export chopsticks to China? Yes, believe it or not, we do. Seems an entrepreneur in South Georgia realized that the poplar and sweet gum trees that grow by the thousands down there make almost perfect chopsticks. The wood is flexible and doesn’t splinter very easily. So now Georgia Chopsticks exports millions of pairs of chopsticks to China every day. Isn’t it amazing how the free market can work when government keeps out of the way?