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CENSORSHIP CONFIRMED By Investigative Journalist: It’s A Conspiracy FACT

It isn’t new news that YouTube, Google, Facebook, and Twitter have taken their censorship to a whole new level in recent weeks.  But investigative journalist Ben Swann has now proven that alternative media sites have been laying out conspiracy facts, not theories about what’s being done to them to silence their dissent. In many instances, the […]

Debunking The Big Lie

Authored by Keith Weiner via Acting-Man.com, Debunking a Lie Don Watkins of the Ayn Rand Institute wrote an article, The Myth of Banking Deregulation, to debunk a lie. The lie is that bank regulation is good. That it helped stabilize the economy in the 1930’s. And that deregulation at the end of the century destabilized […]

Obama Killed Our Economic Freedom: “Stagnation, Unemployment, and Deteriorating Social Conditions”

Anyone who feels like the American Dream is dead can now cite solid evidence of its abrupt end. It seems that eight years of life under Comrade Obama was not only difficult economically, but was fiscally difficult for most American families because his administration had done so much to restrict economic freedom – until his […]

Back On the Grid! Governments Ban “Camping on Your Own Land” Displacing Residents

This article was written by Jay Syrmopoulos and published at Activist Post.com. Editor’s Comment: Unfortunately, zoning laws across the country have made it more and more difficult to go off grid, despite a growing movement of people who are both economically challenged and also more in tune with the environment. The freedom and security, in […]

FEC chair warns that conservative media like Drudge Report and Sean Hannity face regulation — like PACs

washingtonexaminer.com / By Paul Bedard / MAY 7, 2014 AT 8:49 AM  Government officials, reacting to the growing voice of conservative news outlets, especially on the internet, are angling to curtail the media’s exemption from federal election laws governing political organizations, a potentially chilling intervention that the chairman of the Federal Election Commission is vowing […]

Guest Post: The problem with regulation

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / July 7, 2013 Submitted by GoldMoney.com, It is seems to be universally agreed that regulation is a good thing, ensuring that people are treated fairly by unscrupulous businesses. Regulation is a vindication of state intervention and control. The alternative is seen as a free-market jungle full of hidden dangers and […]

Regulating Banks the Austrian Way

mises.org / By David Howden / May 20, 2013 Most people — from young to old and from all ends of the political spectrum — are united by a common bond. The idea that banks are deserving of taxpayer support is viewed as morally repugnant to them. Business owners see bank bailouts as an unfair advantage that is not […]

Obama Has Created Twice As Much Regulation than Anyone in History

Just One More Regulation Will  Fix That! armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / March 4, 2013 Obama’s regulation binge has impacted every sector. This is a man that clearly believes in government regulating everything just like Russia and China use to. In the EPA, he has done everything under the assumption man has created global warming ignoring […]

Bitcoin Is The Sebastian Shaw Of Currencies And Immune To Regulation

runtogold.com / By Trace Mayer, J.D. / January 31, 2013 Bitcoin, a censorship-resistant crypto-currency, will absorb any regulatory interference and only grow stronger as a result. Blowback baby! The cost of using credit cards is being dragged out of the shadows. Germany has demanded their physical gold be moved back to the Homeland in anticipation […]

Marc Faber: Government Spending is ‘Cancer’

Marc Faber: Government Spending is ‘Cancer’  On “Worldwide Exchange,” Marc Faber, managing director and editor of The Gloom Boom and Doom report, argues that increasing government spending is “taking the freedom of people away.” Marc Faber is an international investor known for his uncanny predictions of the stock market and futures markets around the world.