Felonious Munk : On balancing the budget

Here is a comdedian I heard on Pat Campbell’s show on KFAQ this morning. He is an ex financial advisor, and one of the walking wounded from our economic downturn. I haven’t seen any other videos by him, but after hearing his interview after the heavily censored audio on the show today,I had to pass … Continue reading

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The Candy Economy: Remembering Halloween

Speaking earlier with a co-worker today, I began to reminisce about the different impressions of people’s houses and the state of things in general based solely on the candy we got in our plastic pumpkin buckets as children and young teens.  The “Rich” houses: We always knew the rich houses right away.  For starters, we … Continue reading

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Yes We Can: The Greatest Health Care Reform Passes

Thank you for making sure no man, woman, or child will ever again experience the pain of living in a unfair and cruel world.

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A Great Argument Against Nationalized Healthcare

I also know that our Founders didn’t either. If you don’t believe me, read their words for yourself. Ask yourself, why would they leave the most powerful nation on Earth, and risk being hanged for treason if a all-powerful government was what they really wanted all along? Right now, for this moment, you are free. Don’t re-burden yourself with slavery to your government for the security they can’t guarantee.

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How could this Happen to America? : How is it that Democracies Fail?

For those people who think I may be a little (or a lot) nutty about this, please answer me this one question. What do you think happens to an economy that does not back its currency on tangible assets, like gold, and is based soley on “the full faith and credit” of the government; when the government does nothing but borrow more money, print more money, and promise more money?

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