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Common Sense on Credit and Debit Card Fraud

People worry so much about fraud, but in reality you're not in a whole lot of danger. Read More »

The Great Election Robbery of 2012?

Rampant reports of fraud mar Obama's re-election, angering conservatives. Read More »

Identity Thieves Target Uncle Sam

Is the government a favorite target of identity thieves? Read More »

Book Review: Pity The Billionaire: The Hard Times Swindle and the Unlikely Comeback of the Right by Thomas Frank

Just what happened to the United States economy to bring about the Great Recession, and who did it? Read More »

SpeakAsia: Another Ponzi Scheme in India?

It is such an old adage, yet we do not take it seriously: “If something is too good to be true, it normally is.” Read More »

Political Predictions from Now Through the 2012 Election

Other than the world ending according to the Mayan calendar, that is. Read More »

Book Review: We Meant Well: How I Helped Lose the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Iraqi People by Peter Van Buren

No one defines responsibility for failure nor shuts off the massive flow of wasted money. Read More »

Should the Pollsters Pick the Candidates? Gary Johnson Excluded from Iowa Debate

Who picks the GOP presidential candidate? Is it Republican voters or the media and their pet pollsters? Read More »

Texas House District 48 Recount Shines Light on Election Problems

Military voters have had their voting rights trampled on yet again. Read More »

Another Reminder that the Extremist Fringe is Not Libertarian or Constitutionalist

Birchers and Infowarriors may be many things, but libertarians or constitutionalists they aren't Read More »