How to Plant The Seeds of Destruction: or The Corporate Logic of Insanity Part 3A

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From another point of view it follows that:From a different (but-true-never-the-less) legal point of US Legal History it is recorded that:U.S. Law is Private Merchant Law, leaving the people as Surety and Debtor on the bankruptcy.Law is contract, universally and in the U.S., so we must follow the progression of contractual agreements which constitute the […]

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Former Hillary Associate Claims to Have Been Her Personal Hit Man

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In light of all the talk about Hillary Clinton for President, her “At this point what difference does it make?” reaction to a Congressional inquiry into Benghazi, it seemed appropriate to bring this story to the Esteemed Readers of Fix America. “Like many Americans I have been glued to the Pete Santilli show today in an attempt […]

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Happy New Year?

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I have been concerned about an issue to present to my Esteemed Fix America Readers for this first post for 2014. I’m still not certain that I have a clear picture of what lies ahead. I know of all the possibilities but I’m not sure that the American People have what it takes to stop […]

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It Makes Me Wonder

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As the year 2013 comes to a close and we begin 2014, the focus will no doubt be on the deadlines on healthcare coverage and the fines they call taxes that will ensue. But that is not what makes me wonder. Does anyone know who has the authority to write law? Does anyone know where […]

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Power to the People!

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There are plenty of reasons to highlight this invention whether you believe the carbon tax (global warming) proponents or not. Seems that Ms. Eesha Khare of Saratoga, CA has invented a power storage device that can recharge a cellphone in seconds. According to NBC News’s John Roach, Ms. Khare won the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award […]

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Resistance is Futile: Assimilate or Annihilate

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History shows that no matter how bitter the battle and how costly the victory, the public will soon forget and feel they can once again trust others to protect them. That happened with the victors of the Revolutionary War as the general public relaxed and allowed others to deal with the protection of the new […]

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Are You Worried?

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If you are not concerned about liberty, then you probably really aren’t that concerned about this coming November elections. I can understand that. Most people are dealing with high fuel prices, unemployment, fear of another war, paying the mortgage or rent, buying a new iPhone, what’s on TV, who won the game, what shall I wear? All […]

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Money Meltdown: Bailing out the Banks Part III

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QE3. No, it’s not the launch of a new luxury liner, It’s the third round of quantitative easing, another term the Federal Reserve Board uses to fleece the people and make the banks more profitable. Didn’t work with the housing crisis, didn’t work ten and won’t work now. Like dominoes they will all fall down with […]

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If Things Were Right: Like a Phoenix Rising From The Ashes

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In the vision of our founders, demonstrated by the careful word crafting in the compositions that we now call Founding Documents, the explicit limits to federal government are plain. In all of them the rights to all were equal, not that all are equal. One who works for wages, or takes up a trade or […]

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Change and The Brighter Future To Come: or Barry’s Best Foot Forward: or American Business As Usual

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When Solyndra hit the wall of insolvency, all that could be heard were the echoes of the person occupying the Presidency: “this loan will generate hundreds of jobs insuring Solyndra a brighter future”. The $535 million loan was expanded by another $75 million and Solyndra‚Äôs expenditures, just to build the plant, cost an estimated $733 […]

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The Alternative Isn’t Ominous

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I never really gave a thought about the term birth control until quite recently. But while listening to some of the discussion and debates on the issue that has become the recent diversion from what is really wrong, it occurred to me that “birth control” sounds ominous. When I hear the term mentioned it brings […]

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The Great New Hampshire Debate-For Educational Purposes Only

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by a concerned reader The New Hampshire Debate has accomplished little to define either the candidates intentions, ideas, or beliefs or a coherent account of their records. This was due to the moderators questions which steered around all the major problems facing this country focusing on issues not pertinent to the governance of this nation […]

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Is Breakfast Ready?

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When are Americans going to realize both the Republican Party and Democratic Party are owned and controlled by the same group of criminals that have raped our country and are about to take complete control of our nation? They have stripped us of our constitutional rights and are about to get rid of the U. […]

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Hope & Change: Super Failure

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I know that many Americans are disappointed and even stressed at the the dismal results of the Super Committee’s failure to reach a deal. The Democrats will blame the Republicans and the Republicans will blame the Democrats. In fact, the finger pointing has already begun, and that is no surprise either. The fair and balanced […]

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