Monthly Archives: December 2010

‘Citizen Soros’ now targeting messenger

‘Citizen Soros’ now targeting messenger

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So Long To Ya, 2010 | The JibJab 2010 Year in Review!

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Government propagandist attacks Tea Party and FOX News viewers

A “study” from the University of Maryland is fundamentally dishonest since it was created to make the Demwit sheeple think they are better than tea partiers.  It is government funded propaganda.  Its conclusion is that FOX News viewers are ill … Continue reading

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I’m in Love with Friedrich Hayek

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Obama’s Stimulus Myth

Parisian-Viennese (i.e. Sorbonne to Vienna, VA) economist V. de Rugy wrote this excellent note on the failure of Obamanomics, fashioned by chief ENRON economic advisor Paul Krugman.  If you cannot manage to read Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged,” Ludwig von Mises’ … Continue reading

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The Myth of the Clinton Balanced Budget

It’s fun to watch leftovers and pro-regressives demand more tax slavery because of our debt crisis, which they claimed did not exist a few years ago.  A related claim is that President Clinton balanced the budget (which tea partiers and … Continue reading

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Ron Paul : High Unemployment Caused by Federal Reserve!

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Unemployment Benefits

One fraudulent aspect of unemployment benefits and their extension to 3 years is that many of the people most effected by the financial crisis were self-employed (realtors, mortgage brokers, home contractors) and they cannot apply for or receive unemployment benefits … Continue reading

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