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Bart DePalma is a country attorney with a law practice in the Colorado mountain town of Woodland Park. He created Citizen Pamphleteer to discuss the political and economic issues of the day as did early Americans through the circulation of pamphlets during the Revolution. Bart is also the author of the book Never Allow A Crisis To Go To Waste: Barack Obama and the Evolution of American Socialism.
You can read a sample of the book here.
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Historically, our prime working years are between 25 and 55 years of age. Most of our education and initial work experience is behind us. We can start earning serious money and raise a family. For nearly 30 million Americans, this … Continue reading
Back in 2010, the Congressional Budget Office took the Democrat Obamacare spending estimates (lies) at face value and projected that the government takeover of the health insurance industry would cost $71.2 billion in 2014. In real life, the Medicaid expansion … Continue reading
Just about every progressive and socialist organization in the country threw a “People’s Climate March” over the weekend and were eager to share their wisdom with the rest of us: God help this country.
Kudos to the article editor for using the correct term for this long debunked hypothesis – “global warming” – instead of the current misleading spin phrase “climate change.” Hat tip to Gateway Pundit for the screen shot.
From the New York Post: According to NASA satellites and all ground-based temperature measurements, global warming ceased in the late 1990s. This when CO2 levels have risen almost 10 percent since 1997. The post-1997 CO2 emissions represent an astonishing 30 … Continue reading
Chart of the Week: Every single poll over the past week has shown the undecided on the question of who you prefer to run Congress have broken to the GOP. Two items. First, these are national polls. The Senate election … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal reports: Fifty-three million Americans, or 34% of the nation’s workforce, qualify as freelancers, according to a new report from the Freelancers Union, a nonprofit organization, and Elance-oDesk Inc., a company that provides platforms for freelancers to … Continue reading