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buckle up.

I remembered reading this transcript back in May before I moved back up here to Searcy, when I was still just a fledgling conspiracy theorist: Here’s the thing I want you to watch for. I want you to watch for a sudden fall in the price of oil. If you see oil spike downward to… Read More »

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a world without debt


I’m going to show these people what you don’t want them to see. I’m going to show them a world without you — a world without rules and controls, without borders or boundaries — a world where anything is possible. Where we go from there is a choice I leave to you. – Neo If… Read More »


Clinton on Economics, Part Two


In part one, we discussed Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson’s initial plan to bail out failing banks, former President Bill Clinton’s suggestion to place a moratorium on foreclosures until they can be manually reviewed, and finally, what foreclosure really means for banks and for the economy. Now, let’s watch the second half of Clinton’s interview: The… Read More »

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Bush’s thoughts on the legislative process

I couldn’t believe it when I heard this: It matters little what path a bill takes to become law; what matters, is that we get a law. I can’t believe we’ve been so silly as to subscribe to a legislative process… after all, it is complicated — and it can be contentious! Maybe we should… Read More »


Well done, Congress.

This is the letter of thanks I sent to my Congressman, Jeff Miller for voting against the recent financial bailout bill. If your House representative voted against this bill and you agreed, please write or call them and let them know you stand by them. Those who voted against this bill are going to be… Read More »