Ron Paul analyzes President Trump’s first speech before Congress from a Libertarian perspective and gives him an A- grade for his goals but an F for his methods to achieve them. For example, Trump wants to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure, but there is no money available for that, so it is likely that he will depend on the Federal Reserves to simply print it, leading to more debt and inflation. Paul said that cutting corporate taxes is a great idea, but that spending must also be cut, otherwise, there will be disaster. One of the primary purposes of a just state is to protect liberty, and Paul was disappointed that Trump did not mention liberty in his speech. -GEG
President Trump’s executive order to limit refugees entering the US is stalled in the courts while the US State Department, acting entirely on its own, quietly lifted restrictions on the number of refugees allowed into the US. It makes no difference what the voters want – or don’t want. […]
While the US used to be a rich country, an increasing number of Americans now are living in poverty. Half of the people in the US have no savings and cannot raise $400 on a day’s notice. Politicians refuse to address the death of the middle class because they created the bad economic conditions. […]
Jeremy Christian harassed two young Muslim women and went on an anti-Islamic rant before stabbing two men to death who stepped in to defend the women. As expected, the media is portraying him as a Trump-supporting white supremacist, but he wrote on social media that he voted for Bernie Sanders. […]
Hussein Abubakr, a moderate Muslim from Egypt, says that most Muslims are moderate, but their leaders are not. His revelations are sobering, especially for truly moderate Muslims who are being swept into the vortex of extremism whether they approve or not. […]
When President Trump visited the Vatican this week, the Pope gave him his encyclical on climate change. An encyclical is a document by the Pope that expresses his personal opinion. The encyclical on climate change was written by globalists who are collectivists, depopulation advocates, and whose reverence for Gaia (Mother Earth) is on a par with any pagan religion. […]
Bret Weinstein, a biology professor for 15 years at The Evergreen State College, has been targeted for a forced resignation. He claims that he was threatened by students who are protesting against racism. Weinstein objected to the students’ demand that white people leave campus on a designated day to comply with a protest. […]
NBC News reports that Philippine President Duterte, notorious for citizen-authorized killing of drug users and sellers, has declared martial law on Marawi, a small Muslim area on the island of Mindanao. Reports claim that 44 people have died in fighting between Muslim militants who claim affiliation with ISIS versus the military and police. […]
California state Senators are proposing a bill to require all health care to be administered and paid for by the state. According to preliminary estimates (which almost always are unrealistically low so as not to frighten taxpayers), the system will cost $400-billion a year […]
Eric Clanton, 28, a former Diablo Valley and California State University philosophy professor, suspected in the Antifa bike lock attacks, was arrested for assault Wednesday afternoon in Oakland. He is being held on $200,000 bail after being booked into Berkeley City Jail. […]
The national organizer for the “Fight for $15” movement, Kendall Fells, is not an underpaid fast-food worker. He is a labor-union activist who, in 2016, was paid $146,000 by the left-wing Service Employees International Union. […]
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The Federal Reserve raised the interest rate one-quarter of a percent. In response, the US dollar dropped by 1%, gold rose a bit, and stocks skyrocketed. Debt is soaring while the GDP is falling, which is the forerunner of inflation and depression at the same time. […]