Monthly Archives | August 2011

Ron Paul Wears Invisibility Cloak In News Media’s Eyes

Busted. That’s what we in the news media are in the matter of the presidential campaign of Rep. Ron Paul of Texas. Famous and not so famous critics have pointed out in the past day that journalists for the most part have ignored Paul even when he succeeds at a level other Republican presidential candidates […]

You know it is really great that Iraq is under control…

Gunmen wearing military uniforms pulled seven people from a Sunni mosque south of Baghdad and then shot and killed them, execution-style. The killings happened late yesterday on a day that saw a wave of violence sweep across Iraq, from the northern city of Mosul to the Shiite heartland. They raised the day’s death toll to […]

Russia has reduced its block of US securities by $5.4 billion…

Foreign investors have for the first time ever cut down on their US blocks of securities, says the US Department of the Treasury. According to it, foreign investment in the US economy shrank by 0.4% down to $4.5 trillion in June amid the economic and political crisis in America, when the threat of default loomed […]

If Ron Paul had won the Ames Iowa poll…

If Ron Paul had won the Ames Iowa poll, the mainstream media would have dismissed the entire exercise as unimportant. If he had come in at, oh, 6th place, they would have used this as evidence that he is incompetent, not in the first rank of Republican candidates, can’t get out the vote, the American […]

Ron Paul Is Such a Leader…

Ron Paul is such a leader. We see the field – it contains the sadly overwhelmed Obama, as arrogant, as fascist-friendly and as warlike as FDR, and all the strident Keynesians clawing to the microphone, calling themselves Republicans, and Ron Paul. Of all the men or women we could choose to gently deliver this country […]

America the Land of Part Time Jobs…

“Could your family survive on $505 a week?” If only you could make HALF that much! The dirty secret is McDonald’s needs to add 50,000 workers to increase the headcount in every store. The goal is to have no full-time employees who qualify for health benefits. So these 50,000 jobs will pay $174 a week […]