Monthly Archives: November 2012

Two-thirds of millionaires left Britain to avoid 50p tax rate

Almost two-thirds of the country’s million-pound earners disappeared from Britain after the introduction of the 50p top rate of tax, figures have disclosed. Read more… Advertisements

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Unions have a new enemy: Their own members

Wow!!  Has the revolution of downtrodden workers begun?   “As organized labor loses leverage in a race-to-the-bottom global market, some workers are becoming so disillusioned by what their unions can, or rather can’t, do for them that they want out. … Continue reading

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California leading nation’s economic rebound, says report

Good news—if you just read the headline.  “With California in the lead, more than two out of three states recorded private sector job gains in October, according to a new report from the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee.” Read more…

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No Water shortage—Surplus of Government

Thanks to Jerry, Arnold and the Feds a large portion of the Central Valley looks like Oklahoma in the 1930’s—along with unemployment ranging from 20-40% in most of the area. Read more…

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Will Obama Let the U.N. Seize The Internet?

The Internet is the last frontier of freedom in the United States and on earth.  Now, the United Nation, which sides with dictators, terrorists and totalitarians, is making a move on TAXING the Internet—and controlling its content—your freedom. Read more…

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Prager University: Do High Taxes Raise More Money?

If you raise taxes does it automatically follow that you’ll raise more revenue? Is there a point at which tax rates become counterproductive? UCLA Economics professor, Tim Groseclose, answers these questions and poses some fascinating new ones.

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WA Farmers Block Federal Drones and Agenda 21

“This year we indeed adopted a policy opposing all aspects of UN Agenda 21 as well as a policy opposing the use of drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) to spy on farms without express permission from the landowner,” said John Stuhlmiller, … Continue reading

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