Daily Archives: October 15, 2014

NYT Confirms American Casualties From WMD in Iraq 2004-2011; 5,000 Warheads Found

UPDATE – NYT: More Than 600 Reported Chemical Exposure in Iraq, Pentagon Acknowledges So much for no WMD’s… During the Iraq War, U.S. troops found thousands of chemical weapons. The war's untold story: http://t.co/ksfkwjsySC pic.twitter.com/jy49WTAygF — The New York Times … Continue reading

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Millions of French flee to escape government policy, taxes, unemployment

Socialism usually has two effects on wealth, destroying it and distributing what is left from the people to the government and their cronies. Via the UK Independent: The land of 400 cheeses, the birthplace of Molière and Coco Chanel, is … Continue reading

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Why ISIS is a bigger threat than Al-Qaeda in Six Sentences

David French via NRO: Let’s make this simple, shall we? 1. Al-Qaeda carried out the deadliest attack on American soil in American history and the most devastating foreign attack against an American city since the British occupied and burned Washington during the War … Continue reading

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Princeton Study: Wealthy Interest Groups Control Policy Outcomes, Voters Have Near Zero Influence

Via Natural News, The Hill, and Princeton University: One of Americans’ most cherished civil rights is also one of its most underused, which is a major reason why we are governed by some of the worst misfits and miscreants among … Continue reading

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Dr. Thomas Sowell: Is Thinking Now Obsolete?

Dr. Thomas Sowell: Some have said that we are living in a post-industrial era, while others have said that we are living in a post-racial era. But growing evidence suggests that we are living in a post-thinking era. Many people … Continue reading

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