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A drop in the value of the U.S. dollar led to a significant rise in the price of gold.
The Democrats in the Senate voted to change the chamber precedent, a move that would ban a tactic used by Republicans to force votes despite the opposition of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and his comrades, The Washington Times reported.
America’s “War on Terror” has devolved into a perpetual war in which the boundaries are not defined and the enemy is whoever a secret cabal within the Federal government decides. Totalitarian nations throughout history have made war on their own citizens. The United States is doing the same and has in one degree or another for at least 150 years.
Republican GOP primary candidate Mitt Romney said on Friday that he would like to see the U.S. expand its military power and continue to be involved in conflicts overseas. The candidate reportedly promised to completely review the nation’s military policy.
Are you in financial trouble? Are you unemployed? Are you in danger of losing your home? Are your debts draining your income and savings? Are you worried about the future? What will your children and grandchildren do if we have an economic collapse? Perhaps you are one of the millions of people that want the government to fix this problem. The truth is that the fix begins with us. We can take control of our own situations and change how we deal with the problems the government has gotten us into.
I am an avid reader of your newsletter, blog, etc. I am a Jew. Our Founding Fathers all studied Hebrew, knew the Torah, Prophets, Psalms as well as Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and the Pauline epistles and were Deists, probably more so than "Christian."
Most prolific members of the Austrian School of economics that you espouse, particularly Von Mises, Rothbard et. al. were Jews.
Am I not welcome in the USA?
The poll, which was conducted from Oct. 3-5, found that 38 percent of Republicans would vote for Cain if the primary had been held at the time of the poll. Favor with the candidate has nearly doubled since the same question was asked of potential voters back in June when only 15 percent said they would vote for Cain.
The Democrats in the Senate voted to change the chamber precedent, a move that in effect would rewrite the rules to ban a move that was used by Republicans to force votes despite the opposition of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and his comrades.