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President Barack Obama is not giving up on Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Peter Diamond, who has again been nominated to serve on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
State lawmakers are pushing for the Supreme Court to re-evaluate what they believe is an "erroneous" interpretation of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution.
The Tea Party’s rising influence in Congress was on display Jan. 6 as the GOP-led House of Representatives staged a complete reading of the United States Constitution.
Governments in Europe have their eyes on the private pension funds of their citizens. And some in and around the administration of President Barack Obama have expressed their desire to get their hands on the retirement funds of Americans. But you can protect your assets by putting your money offshore in an offshore insurance account…
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has confirmed that he will leave his post at the end of January, the latest in a series of shakeups in President Barack Obama’s staff.
*They only need a million more. There was a story in the papers just before Christmas about Dennis Ferguson, a recent retiree who sent the State of California a check for $10,000. The gift was his way of saying “thanks” for unemployment benefits he received back in 1964. Gee, if they could only get a few more folks to be so appreciative. It would only take … let’s see now … oh, about a million more such gifts to pay off the state’s deficit.
“Don’t talk to me about slowing down government growth,” he said emphatically. “We don’t want the government to grow slower, we want to cut it back dramatically.” Those are the words of best-selling author and Personal Liberty Digest contributor Robert Ringer from an interview by Geopolitical Editor Chip Wood. Read on for more of Ringer’s comments…
A Federal appeals court has ruled that a 43-foot Christian cross located at a public war memorial in San Diego is unconstitutional, which is the latest decision in a legal battle that has spanned two decades.
The United States Treasury reports that the Federal debt has exceeded $13.9 trillion, which comes dangerously close to the statutory ceiling of $14.29 trillion set by Congress and approved by President Barack Obama last February.