On August 20, police in Milford, Massachusetts, allege, a drunk illegal-alien plowed into a 23-year-old motorcyclist, dragged him a quarter mile, and left him for dead. He was.
One of the expert witnesses testifying before Ron Paul’s Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology Subcommittee on Tuesday was Dr. Lawrence H. White, professor of Economics at George Mason University. His written testimony submitted to the committee reinforced the case for Paul’s bill, HR 1098, the “Free Competition in Currency Act of 2011” by outlining its benefits in introducing freedom of choice into the realm of currencies.
Taking a notably different tack from fellow Republicans in the House of Representatives, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) “fiercely attacked President Barack Obama’s new jobs plan Tuesday,” according to Politico. While House Republicans have taken what Rutgers University political science professor Ross Baker, in an interview with Congressional Quarterly, called a “tactically polite” approach to Obama’s $447 billion bill, McConnell came out swinging against it.
Presidential candidate Rick Perry (left) opined in the first Republican debate that Social Security is a �failure� and a �Ponzi scheme,� and then reiterated the charge in the second debate on Monday night. At the first debate, Perry said Social Security is a �Ponzi scheme for these young people. The idea� that the current program is going to be there for them is a lie.� When pressed by the moderator, Perry reiterated, saying Social Security is a �monstrous lie to our kids.�