Good Intentions, Bad Results

Written by Ralph R. Reiland

In their book Common Sense Economics, four university teachers specializing in economics and public policy warn that a “nation of economic illiterates” is “easily misled by leaders who tell us of their good intentions — their passion to solve our problems.”

Disappointed Americans in great numbers see no reason to sweep the Williams mendacity under a rug. It remains to be seen how many will be willing to skip over lies told by Hillary Clinton.

Vaccinations and Parental Rights

Written by Sam Blumenfeld

Why are so many well-educated parents refusing to have their infants immunized against Hepatitis B, measles, mumps, and rubella (M.M.R.), as well as diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTP)?

Of course so-called news people shouldn’t make up stuff to look good, but there’s something much worse: uncritically passing along official lies intended to prepare the American people for war.

It’s Way Past Time to Audit the Fed

Written by John F. McManus

An honest audit of the Fed could lead to its eventual demise and the return in America to real money backed by a commodity.

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