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Oh, yeah, I must have skimmed through this at first reading. Why does he have to bring up interventionism on every column? Does it really tie together? If Ron Paul's thinking about interventionism and blowback is correct, we'd still be at war with Spain, Germany, Italy, Japan, etc., etc. Sure, sometimes he's right about interventionism, but it's not the universal cause of all of the world's problems.
The haters believe we are at war because of people like Chris Kyle. Disarm them, disarm America and all the wars will go away. They also believe only cops should have guns. And they believe the cops are all racist pigs, too.
The regulators, who primarily represent the interests of the established taxi companies have a primary goal of keeping as much power as possible. Now, to Uber -- Insurance and liability are a concern but not insurmountable. Otherwise, I know with Uber what my ride will cost, what the driver looks like, what type of vehicle and I can be pretty damn sure the driver will show up.
Harry Reid deserves another term -- this time 5 to 10 in Federal prison.
Yes, they can still print money. Poorly worded. The Fed and fiat currency help hide the shenanigans. But that doesn't answer the question of how going back to the gold standard will shrink our economy.
This explains why Bush is so popular with the GOP beltway establishment and the media. Insulting the base is a sure way to get good press but also a sure way to failure. Who knows, maybe Bush will be lucky and the Dems will nominate another Dukakis?
How would go back to the gold standard shrink our economy? The real issue with the gold standard is it doesn't let the Federal Reserve or the politicians play games with our money. They can't print their way out of debt. They can't pretend to be controlling the economy.
Wow, an entire column without a conspiracy theory, without mention of blow back, with blaming the USA or Israel for all of the world's problems. I'm a frequent critic of The Ron, but he gets this one right. Spot on. We not only need an audit of the Federal Reserve, but a new charter that limits its powers.
Here's an idea -- let's make K-12 education better! - Eliminate the federal Department of Education. It's a state and local job - Break the government-teacher union educational complex. Teachers yes, teachers unions no. - More charter schools - Vouchers for everyone. - No social promotions - Schools focus on education. Leave social engineering and thought control to the parents
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