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We are the One Percent!

We are the One Percent!

How are we the one percent? Look at how many people have walked the face of the earth (estimated at around 120 billion) and have lived in societies that had political and economic freedom. For most of civilization the 99% of the populace lived in societies where life was considered very cheap and the fruits of your toil was not your own. Most people lived in a world of violence and disease. Their short lives more often than not, existed in a place where their very flesh belonged to someone else.

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Ghost Towns Are Not Just Related to Halloween

Ghost Towns Are Not Just Related to Halloween

One of the largest questions in today’s world is how the economies of the world can be fixed. Some groups have already called for economic globalization. In an economic and banking seminar, information was conveyed as to the future of theUnitedStatedollar. The news of the dollar collapsing altogether seemed to be an issue a distant future, not a situation that would have started to take place only a few years later.

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Death by Committee: The Federal Government’s Secret Hit List and “plausible deniability”

Death by Committee: The Federal Government’s Secret Hit List and “plausible deniability”

It has also been reported that under this “process,” the President is not required to personally approve the person on this hit list but the President is advised of the committee decision. If the president objects, the decision is nullified. Making the committee responsible for the selection of the persons on the list was to protect the President, one official said. Wow – talk about “plausible deniability.”

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Revolt like it’s 2012 – or 1787?

The Progressives are using radical fringe groups to stir up those who they have made dependent on government in order to support their agenda of maintaining control. Unions and special interest groups such as the SEIU, AFL-CIO, Code Pink and others, are getting in our faces and taking to the streets. The recent occupation of the Wisconsin Capital building was the start of things to come

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Your nosey uncle wants to know where you are and where you have been, who you have been talking to and what you have posted on Facebook!

Your nosey uncle wants to know where you are and where you have been, who you have been talking to and what you have posted on Facebook!

Most of us know that everyone who is carrying a cell phone in his or her pocket right now can be tracked, and that is a necessity for the technology to work. But how many of us realize that our movements are stored, cataloged and can be currently accessed in most cases by local, state and federal governments without a search warrant.

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Today’s Progressive Economics: No Hope and No Spare Change — Unlearned Lessons from the New Deal

Today’s Progressive Economics: No Hope and No Spare Change — Unlearned Lessons from the New Deal

One of the greatest historical myths of the last century is that Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs pulledAmericaout of the Great Depression. In fact I, along with many historians and economists, believe the exact opposite — that FDR’s policies exacerbated the downturn and extended it for almost a decade.

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BradyReports.com

I welcome Mr. David Rubin to "classical liberalism" of our founders now known as Constitutional libertarians. I would like my liberal/progressive friends to say if they agree with the video.Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report used to be a big progressive. He even had a show with The Young Turks! But now he’s not a progressive. He has left the left. W…

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2 years ago

BradyReports.com

This is for a point of discussion please be respectful in your opinions : 1) "My property my choice " (1857 , a popular southern. retort to abolitionist sentiments. ) 2)" My body my choice " ( 2017 popular retort to pro- life movement sentiments )

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