Bullion Will Be Illegal for ALL U.S. Residents

The Over the Counter (OTC) Bullion Market, will be Banned for ALL U.S. Residents and corporations as of July 15, 2011. Many OTC Precious metal Dealers have already begun to Unwind their Bullion Retail businesses; including one of the world’s largest, Forex.com The New Law will initially Ban Tangible Bullion that is purchased or sold […]

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SWC Criticizes White House for Deciding to Formally Open Talks with Muslim Brotherhood

Rabbi Hier: “We should not be talking to an organization that can lay claim to being the world’s leading purveyor of anti-Semitism and hatred of Jews.” The Simon Wiesenthal Center criticized the White House today for opening talks with the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. The Center referred to a news wire story quoting a unidentified […]

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A Little Drama in Defense of Marriage Is No Vice

Struck by the rapid disintegration of the family in American life, Heritage’s Chuck Donovan recently called for a “Marshall Plan for Marriage” to rebuild the traditional institution and re-establish its importance. In an interview with National Review Online’s Kathryn Jean Lopez posted today, Donovan talks candidly about why this work is crucial to the nation’s […]

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Chinese Scam U.S Navy With Bogus Microchips That Could Have Disarmed U.S. Missiles

(Robert Johnson) Last year, the U.S. Navy bought 59,000 microchips for use in everything from missiles to transponders and all of them turned out to be counterfeits from China. The reports show the chips weren’t only low-quality fakes, they had been made with a “back-door” and could have been remotely shut down at any time, […]

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Obamacare: Bad Sixth Circuit Decision Assures Supreme Court Review in the Fall

Today, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision upholding Obamacare against a constitutional challenge. While this is disappointing, there are several reasons to believe that this flawed decision is not predictive of how the Supreme Court will rule. In recent years, the Sixth Circuit has achieved a growing reputation for not just reversals, […]

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Two Cheers for the Coburn–Lieberman Medicare Proposal

Senators Tom Coburn (R–OK) and Joseph Lieberman (I–CT) unveiled a major Medicare proposal. Based on preliminary estimates provided by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), the proposal would reduce total Medicare spending by more than $600 billion in the next 10 years and cut the program’s long-term (75-year) unfunded liability by approximately $10 trillion. This is […]

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