Monthly Archive: July 2018

Jul 04

28-year-old bartender defeats 4th ranking Democrat in Congress despite being outspent by 18 to 1

Every claim made by campaign finance reformers is untrue. In the recent New York Democratic primaries, a 28-year-old bartender named Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defeated the 4th-ranked Democrat in the U.S. House, Joe Crowley. Crowley outspent Ocasia-Cortez by a margin of at least 18 to 1. Crowley was widely thought to be in line to be the …

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Jul 04

British financial sector thrives after Brexit

Government trusters everywhere denounced the vote by Brits to leave the European Union two years ago. Almost every pro-government economist, financial columnist and figurehead predicted financial calamity would fall upon the people of Britain for daring to be independent. But a review by Max Colchester and Patricia Kowsmann in the Wall Street Journal finds that …

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Jul 04

Socialist California has gone from the 5th largest economy in the world to the 7th

Forget the overuse of the terms “liberal” and “democratic.” A more accurate description is pro-government. California’s “leaders” have driven its policies in an extreme pro-government direction for 30 years. One-third of the nation’s welfare recipients are in California, which has only one-eighth of U.S. population. See here. “What Happens When Democrats Run Your State?” California …

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Jul 03

65% of Americans say “the system is rigged”

Many Americans have lost faith in elections and government. A poll by Frank Luntz shows that 65% of surveyed Americans agreed that “the system in America is rigged against everyday, ordinary Americans.” See here.

Jul 01

Fanatical government truster arrested for death threats over “net neutrality”

During the Obama years, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) took a tyrannical step to take over control of the internet. They called it “net neutrality”–and it was promoted as an idea to equalize internet access and stop evil internet corporations from charging different rates for different streaming speeds. Under the ‘net neutrality’ regulations, internet providers …

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