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  • The Problem with Liberal Economists

    The Problem with Liberal Economists

    Today’s Wall Street Op-ed from noted MIT and Nobel laureate Peter Diamond and UC Berkeley economics professor Emmanuel Saez, sums up nicely what is wrong with liberal economics. OK, it’s a long-ish article on marginal […]

  • The Titanic States of America

    The Titanic States of America

    During this the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic it is worth remembering the technological marvel she was for her time. Whether apocryphal or not she was believed to be unsinkable. Of course she […]

  • The Debt Wall and Its Repercussions

    The Debt Wall and Its Repercussions

    It is no secret that the U.S. is facing a debt crisis today. The national debt has risen to $14 trillion this year and is expected to go up to $16 trillion in 2012. High […]

  • The American Objective

    The American Objective

    Reset: As concerned citizens, we must RESET the priorities of our nation and its governing bodies. The relationship between the states and the Federal government must be returned to one of states having the control […]

  • The Nuttle Debt Wall

    The Nuttle Debt Wall

    The fundamental problem is too much sovereign debt, and too little readily available liquid capital to fund it. Left unaddressed, the world will hit a Debt Wall when ready funds are totally absorbed and governments are left with no choice but to raise interest rates.

  • World Sovereign Deficits Analysis Chart

    World Sovereign Deficits Analysis Chart

    There is a limited amount of money that the world’s sovereign governments can borrow in any single given year without pressuring interest rates to rise above the point of affordability. This limit is approximately 9% […]


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Our country is out of money, we’re so out of money that borrowing cheap money is getting harder to do, at some point interest payments on our debt will crowd out funds for defense, Medicare, and other government services. We’ve gotten here in large part because conservatives have taken a pass on popular culture, education and journalism. We’re simply not represented in these fields. Consequently we’re going to have to run the table on the next 3 or 4 elections to have a chance to fix things. No more sitting out elections, even if you hate our nominee, there’s just too much at stake and liberals cannot be trusted. We don’t just need to win back the White House in 2012, we have to win a string of elections starting in 2012, then 2014, and 2016 at a minimum to have a chance to pass along our country to our children.

So please do the following:
1. Vote for conservative candidates
2. Financially support conservatives and conservative causes
3. Encourage your kids to be teachers and reporters
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