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Friedrich Hayek on John Maynard Keynes

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Our Own Three Ring Circus

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Considering the most recent videos I’ve put up (here and here), I admit that I must be in a nostalgic mood.  But as they say, “oldies are goodies”, and this video does a great job of explaining the role of the three branches of government.  I think the correlating of our federal government with a three ring circus couldn’t be more perfect- DC certainly has its share of clowns and performing animals.

Draw Muhammed Day

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This is a pretty good narrative, though of course simplified, of the controversy around depictions of the Prophet Mohammed.

V for Venezuela

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Via Learn Liberty: “Tired of the corruption, high crime, and poor state of the economy in Venezuela, students and other citizens are taking to the streets to protest. What kind of ideas inspire regular citizens to risk so much in the face of a tyrannical government?”

Nunn dodges Obamacare quesiton

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Mike Lee on the debt ceiling deal

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Remy: Working 9-to-5

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In his latest video for ReasonTV, Remy raps about how Obamacare discourages some Americans from working full-time, resulting in 2.5 million job losses by 2024, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

Ron Paul Discusses Stimulus on CNN

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Fred Smith: Rent-Seeking vs. Advancing Capitalism

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Dr. Paul Discusses the Future of the GOP with Maddow

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Dr. Paul continues his call to the GOP to return to their roots of fiscal conservatism and a sensible foreign policy.  What I find disheartening is that it’s obvious that the GOP leadership still does not get it.  As long as they continue to allow the likes of Newt Gingrich, John McCain, Mitt Romney, etc. to remain the face of the Republican party- past leaders whose ideas have been tried and failed- we will remain ineffective and stagnant as a party.  It’s time to allow fresh faces and fresh ideas to come to the forefront if the party is to grow and become a viable force in 2010.


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