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Sep 02 2014 by MAX BORDERS
Our current social operating system might soon be obsolete
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Democratic Party
Sep 02 2014 - The Desert Sun by RICHARD COHEN
America rarely does time capsules anymore, but the ones it does should include videos from February 2011 of American TV reporters exulting in the triumph of the Arab Spring. “This is the sound of a people rising,” ABC’s Terry Moran told us from Cairo. For Egyptians, it was a day “when a people rose and made themselves a new country, a new world, a new life.”
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Democrats pundits are fleeing Obama, again. See Caveman article: http://www.cavemannews.com/NewDemocraticStrategy.htm
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Fractional Reserve Banking
Sep 02 2014 - Ludwig von Mises Institute by Robert Batemarco
John Tamny recently wrote a piece at Forbes titled, “The Closing of the Austrian School’s Economic Mind” in which he critiqued certain claims made in Frank Hollenbeck’s Mises Daily article, “Confusing Capitalism with Fractional Reserve Banking.”
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Unions
Sep 02 2014 - Times Union, Albany NY by Edward Ott and Nancy Rankin
As we head back to work after the Labor Day weekend, it's a good time to reflect on how things are going for New York's 9 million working people.
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Clearly, liberty is taking hind teet. bbm
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Food Supply
Sep 02 2014 - The Dallas Morning News by Esther Cepeda
After back–to–back readings of three books chronicling the state of food production in the U.S., I’ve realized that except for a few childhood trips to South America during which I drank warm goat’s milk and ate freshly picked corn, beans, potatoes, rice and fruits, I’m not truly familiar with what real food tastes like.
I’ve done a lot of carbohydrate, fat and fiber monitoring over the past 15 years, attempting to fend off the dreaded Type 2 diabetes, which runs in my family.
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Eco-nomics: Economics and the Environment
Sep 02 2014 - Mercury News by Mercury News Editorial
Appliance efficiency, gas mileage standards –– and now a ban on one–time–use plastic bags. California once again sets the pace for the nation in improving the environment and, by the way, people's lives. Despite an outrageously cynical last–minute lobbying blitz, the Legislature came through last week. When Gov. Jerry Brown signs the bill, the Golden State will be the first to go plastic bagless.
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Another violation of people's liberty. Price controls don't work in the long term. The complication of remembering to bring your old dirty bag to the grocery to put your fresh fruits into will not last. It is another leftist trick to control us. bbm
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