Iowa Straw Poll — Ron Who? Why is the media ignoring Ron Paul…again?
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Finger pointing is the answer to U.S. credit downgrade and economic woes; inflation is a form of default.
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Now that the Kabuki theatre, also known as the debt ceiling negotiations, is over, what really happened? And, who voted for the debt deal?
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President Obama announced a deal with Republican leaders to raise the debt ceiling, avoiding default. The deal would cut $1 trillion in spending over the next decade, “the lowest level of domestic spending since Dwight Eisenhower was president,” Obama said.
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These governors are not sufficiently aware that “in China’s state-monopoly system of Leninist ‘capitalism,’ its corporations are instruments of national policy, fully integrated with, and subservient to, the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA).”
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Such a Deal! -- Why isn’t Congress talking about eliminating foreign aid? Anything that does not eliminate bureaucracy is a farce. This would not be the first time we have defaulted, even if we did so after August 2. Also some comments on Peru, Norway, and Al Qaeda.  
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The National Governors Association Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 15-17, was a smashing success — at least from the viewpoint of China's Communist Party officials and its state-controlled mega-corporations.
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UPDATE, August 2, 2011: The House passed the bipartisan debt ceiling deal (S. 365) 269 to 161 on August 1. The Senate passed S. 365 by 74 to 26 just after noon today. President Obama has already signed it into law.  
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JBS CEO Art Thompson's topics this week -- Norwegian Mad Bomber a Christian? Think not! China continues to buy America as we buy Chinese; Latin America continues its march into communism.
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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead joins William F. Jasper to discuss stopping ObamaCare, federalism, conservation and why his state has one of the lowest unemployment rates.
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