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American Thinker

'I'm as Mad as Hell, and I'm Not Gonna Take This Anymore!' Health care reform is merely the spark that has touched off a prairie fire of grassroots rebellion among a people who believe their representatives do not represent them, do not listen to them and do not care what they think. Many Americans feel that they are losing control of their financial well being, their values and their culture. Shell shock set in as they tried to absorb the rapidity of drastic change.

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Washington Post

The 2008 campaign may be over but the lasting "revolution" spawned by Rep. Ron Paul's (R-Texas) candidacy continues to echo through the political world.

Paul, capitalizing on a healthy distrust of government and his strident opposition to the war in Iraq, became an Internet phenomenon -- using the web to raise an astounding $35 million for his longshot candidacy.

The financial network built by Paul during his presidential race has, somewhat amazingly, continued to produce for two men seeking to serve as the Congressman's political heirs.


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Daily Paul

Comment look who is sticking their nose in the usual suspect the CFR! Summary - As the financial crisis continues, the U.S. Congress is considering a bill that would jeopardize the independence of the Federal Reserve. This is a shame. Monetary policy should be protected from congressional politics. In the midst of the ongoing financial crisis, Congress is now considering a bill that would subject the Federal Reserve to congressional audits. It would be a shame to let that happen.

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Phoenix New Times

[this from the writer:] I checked the Phoenix municipal code, and Section 3-6 may apply, as it prohibits "the distribution of posters, cards, signs, handbills, placards and other notices generally." But like I say, I'm pro-graffiti, so even if there is a law that applies, the issue becomes how to not get caught. Like many a goofy ofay, the goofy ofays in this video wanna argue with the coppers. And that's after the bulls wanna cut 'em loose!

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The crisis in financial markets has set off a predictable torrent of anti-capitalist sentiment. Despite the fact that government regulations were a major cause of the crisis, anti-capitalists and their enablers in the media have blamed the market and called for new restraints. The government has already exerted an unprecedented degree of intervention in financial markets, and it now seems clear that new economic controls will expand far beyond Wall Street.

Regulation of production and trade is one of the two basic things that government does in our mixed economy. The other is redistribution—transferring income and wealth from one set of hands to another. In this realm, too, anti-capitalists have seized the moment to call for new entitlements such as guaranteed health care, along with new tax burdens on the wealthy. The economic crisis, along with the election of Barack Obama, has revealed a huge pent-up demand for redistribution. Where does that demand come f