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Tag: Revolution
  • Revolution in Tunisia

    Within the past week, Tunisia has gone from a country of angry protesters to a nation fueled by revolutionary turmoil. The conflict began when a man was killed for stealing food. The people began by protesting the decision; however, protests turned into violent demonstrations over government authority.  According to VOA News, students, professionals, and laborers all …

  • Food Revolution

    As a blogger here, I enjoy the regular connection I have with this audience, as well as being able to follow stories as they develop.  I’ve posted here before about the First Lady’s anti-obesity project, and while I’m not a fan of how she’s going about this, I found something related which is much more …

  • Looking Back on CPAC 2010

  • Iran: A Redundantly Flawed Foreign Policy

    If the United States is to learn anything about Iran it is that American foreign policy is substantially flawed and reckless. The US has a long history of a hundred years of brutal occupation, masked liberation, interventionist ideals, and proxy warring ambitions. The fundamental question is whether United States foreign policy has truly served the …

  • Reading between the lines in Scott Brown’s MA Win.

    I don’t expect “MA <3’s GOP” t-shirts are going to be flying off the Boston shelves anytime soon. But the GOP should be excited about their electoral prospects for 2010, given the improbable victory of Republican Scott Brown who will be taking over Ted Kennedy’s senate seat.  (This is not an endorsement of Brown or any …

  • (G)Oh Canada

      With spiraling health care costs, increasing dependence on unemployment insurance and other social benefits, as well as their own massive bailout of the Canadian auto industry (Canada now owns 10% of General Motors), Canadians are increasingly unhappy with the imposition of the high taxes necessary to the maintenance of “social democracy” in their country.  …

  • Worst Start to a New Presidency

    During the campaign for the U.S. Presidency in 2008 we heard from a candidate the promise of “hope” and “change.” Now that Barack Obama has assumed the Presidency he has suffered many setbacks, and broken his promises to the American People. Already the stock market is approaching a 10 year low, and the only solution …

  • The Revolution: A Manifesto #9 on Amazon’s Best of 2008

    Amazon’s top 100 customer favorites are ranked according to customer orders on Amazon.com through October. (Only books published for the first time in 2008 are eligible.) Coming in at #9 The Revolution: A Manifesto by Ron Paul “The real truth about Liberty. This book takes a wrecking ball to the political establishment. Senator Goldwater would …