Daily Archives: March 6, 2008

Nationalism and Socialism

By Faustino Ballve Posted on 3/5/2008 [This article originally appears as chapter 8 in Essentials of Economics.] Nationalism appears to be a modern phenomenon having its origin in the nationalities constituted in Europe between the 16th and the 19th century … Continue reading

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“Fair and Balanced”

It’s over at Fox4 for reporter Rebecca Aguilar (fired) Uncle Barky.com ^ | ED BARK Posted on 03/06/2008 8:44:09 PM EST by LdSentinal http://tinyurl.com/2sxrxu Rebecca Aguilar’s 14-year career as a Fox4 reporter has officially ended via a letter from an … Continue reading

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National Guard to be pulled from border patrol

KOB.com Posted at: 03/04/2008 05:27:42 PM Updated at: 03/04/2008 05:30:05 PM By: Chris Ornelas KOB-TV, and Joshua Panas KOB.com National Guard to be pulled from border patrol The state said there will be a six month gap of vulnerability at the … Continue reading

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Ron Paul, the Bomb on the Internet

March 05, 2008 11:40 AM ET | Paul Bedard | Permanent Link If there’s anybody who doubts the importance of the Internet in the 2008 elections, a quick explanation of how Rep. Ron Paul came from nowhere to build support … Continue reading

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Free Speech in Wartime….

  Robert M. La Follette Free Speech in Wartime (Abridged) delivered 6 Oct 1917 Washington, DC Mr. President: I rise to a question of personal privilege. I have no intention of taking the time of the Senate with a review … Continue reading

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National Dragnet Is a Click Away

Authorities to Gain Fast and Expansive Access to Records By Robert O’Harrow Jr. and Ellen Nakashima Washington Post Staff Writers Thursday, March 6, 2008; A01 Several thousand law enforcement agencies are creating the foundation of a domestic intelligence system through … Continue reading

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Policing for Profit and Political Gain

RICO laws shouldn’t provide incentive to plunder Goldwater Institute March 05, 2008 Arizona’s racketeering or “RICO” laws generate millions of dollars each year for local police and prosecutors by allowing their offices to seize and keep money and property allegedly … Continue reading

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