So, no, we don’t need more taxes. We’re already paying too much. If people can’t see that, then they’ve been smoking the government cheese. My only question is: How’d you get that rolled up into the rolling paper?!”
In this wide-ranging and extensive interview, Faber states that because of central bank manipulation, he cannot imagine any scenario, REPEAT any scenario, under which there will not be significant pain for investors. He cautions that some money may be made in some asset classes — but one day the music will stop.
So what’s the most corrupt woman in the history of American politics going to do? Run on her record? No wonder she’s been unable to put Bernie Sanders away and her poll numbers versus Donald Trump are tanking.
Speculation about the possibility of a female VP on the Trump ticket began to stir after the GOP hopeful praised Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin during a recent Fox News interview.
I have often asked rhetorically whether the government works for us or we work for the government. The answer to this inquiry is obvious. It is only a fiction that the government works for us. Yet fear of the consequences of government lying should terrify anyone who believes in the rule of law and fair play. Those consequences can be as contagious as government lawbreaking.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was supposed to have turned over all work-related emails to the State Department to be released to the public. But an agency audit found at least three emails never seen before - including Clinton's own explanation of why she wanted her emails kept private.
The war on cash is now a global phenomenon: under the pretext of tracing criminal activity, governments everywhere are cracking down on commerce that isn’t monitored or controlled. However, the results of this war reveal its true purpose: tracking citizens and their taxable income.
A Texas jail has been caging people who are too poor to afford bail, according to a new lawsuit. Harris County Jail – the largest in Texas and the third largest in the US – is accused of keeping most of its incarcerated population locked up for misdemeanors because they can’t afford bail or trial.
A bill currently making its way through the Senate proposes bonuses for federal employees who find ways to eliminate wasteful spending in their agencies. Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul and 10 cosponsors, including three Democrats, first introduced the Bonuses for Cost-Cutters Act last year. It won approval from the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs this week in a 9-5 vote.
This is a dangerous game New Jersey plays with the men and women in uniform who help protect this great country. Every single person in that judicial oversight ought be reprimanded for not only needlessly putting people in uniform in jeopardy but also denying a basic constitutional right afforded to nearly every other citizen throughout this country.