Written by Richard Falknor
Blue Ridge Forum
Next Tuesday the U. S. Senate returns to Washington, D. C. for business. Unless the House accepts the Senate version of Obamacare in its entirety, the Senate at some point will have to muster 60 votes again for this freedom-erasing measure.
There are substantial differences ...
Written by Press Release
Tea Parties vs. the SEIU, Freedom vs. Socialism
Another new poll is out showing Republican U.S. Senate candidate, Scott Brown, ahead in the Special Election race for Senator of Massachusetts.
Written by RSN Release
We reported last week that Massachusetts was up for grabs.
SEIU has mobilized and will be deployed throughout Massachusetts. They have offices in Boston, Quincy, Northampton, Florence, Hyannis, ,Charlestown, Watertown, and more, and will be out in force to influence the election on Tuesday. The ...
Written by MNMajority.org
Over the past 12 months, we have witnessed an unprecedented assault on our personal liberties. This assault has not come from some foreign power, but from our own tyrannical government.
On Tuesday, January 19, a special election will be held in the state of Massachusetts to choose a new US Senator ...
Written by The Daily Bell
Even China's own government officials are now worried about a bubble brewing in the world's second biggest economy. Government researchers estimate that the economy may grow as much as 16 percent this year, pushing inflation higher and risking a bubble in the real estate market, Bloomberg reports....
Written by Sultan Knish
The visit of Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov to Israel this week is a timely reminder that Israel's problems with Islam are not unique. Like Israel, Bulgaria was ruled over by the Ottoman Empire, which exported their population to Bulgaria, oppressed the native Bulgarians, seized their ...
Written by Dr. Antal Fekete
On February 23, 1950, The Commercial and Financial Chronicle published an article from Ludwig von Mises with the above title. In it the author concentrated on the threat of inflation as the greatest danger to pension rights. Sixty years later another danger is looming large on the ...
Written by Christopher Malagisi
American youth are beginning to wake up from a two year-long, political Kool-Aid drinking binge and are discovering Obama doesn't look all that pretty in the morning. After a year of broken promises and an all-out assault on American youth, in regards to Obama's legislative policies, youth are ...
Written by Frances Rice - National Black Republican Association
Wielding a sharp racial sword, Democrats ruthlessly destroy the careers of Republicans on racial matters, accepting no apologies. Yet, using a glaring double standard, those same Democrats quickly give a pass to any Democrat, such as Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid who again displayed egregious ...