November 11th 2010

Economic Irony: Creating Bubbles to Maintain Stability

(Daily Reckoning – Bill Bonner) *Lead Story*

Outsourcing an ally of efficiency, Opponents use cheap rhetoric that ignores reality, experience

(Washington Times – Stanton Sloane) *Must Read*

Deficit Commission wants federal travel budget slashed, announces it while Obama on expensive foreign trip

(Washington Examiner – Mark Tapscott)

Voters-are-too-stupid tour continues

(Las Vegas Review-Journal – Thomas Mitchell)

Liberal Group Joins Conservative Group in Calling for $600 Billion in Federal Spending Cuts

(CNS News – Chris Johnson) *Must Read*

Don’t Let Strip-and-Grope Become the New Normal

(Pajamas Media – Scott Ott)

Fox Business Lands Lou Dobbs

(Fox Business – Dunstan Prial)

New Ways Bankers Are Spying on You

(Wall Street Journal – Karen Blumenthal)

The Hidden Soros Agenda: Drugs, Money, the Media, and Political Power

(Accuracy in Media – Cliff Kincaid)

The problems with the U.S. economy — and therefore the solutions — stem not from Beijing but from Washington, D.C.

(National Review – Kevin D. Williamson) *Must Read*

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One thought on “November 11th 2010

  1. Tami

    Commenting on – “New Ways Bankers Are Spying On You” – I really can not believe what I just read. Okay,most of us already know what hoops we have to jump through in order to get loans & good credit,but for them to now start delving into other personal area’s of your finances is truly unacceptabe. Now they have the option to look into your rental & utility payments,not to mention in some cases how much your home/property is worth. Ah hello out there,does the word PRIVACY still exist ANYWHERE? Don’t they already now ask for too much? The only way you can get a smooth ride is if you are rich,otherwise if your a peasant with little to medium income you are totally screwed. Real nice.


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