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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.
You can purchase the paperback and Kindle editions at Amazon.
The Nook edition is available at Barnes & Noble.
The Apple iBooks version will be available shortly.
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Today at Huffington Post, Robert Reich resurrected the progressive shibboleth that the period after WWII and before Reagan was a veritable economic golden age when the rich were taxed down to size and unionized workers enjoyed a bounteous income: For … Continue reading
One of the classic bits from the original Saturday Night Live crew was the news report that Generalissimo Francisco Franco was still dead. Despite a chorus to the contrary from the modern flat earth consensus, Professors of Atmospheric Science Richard … Continue reading
During the 2012 election, the Barack Obama reelection campaign reduced American women to a faceless avatar named Julia, dependent on a beneficent socialist government from age 3-67. Unfortunately, real life under Obamacare looks like Julie Boonstra, not Julia:
This video takes clips of various Obamacare lies and follows them with contrary news reports around the country about the trials and tribulations of Obamacare victims: Devastating. If a private company produced this product, it would be out of business … Continue reading
National Journal recently noted that: “In the past 10 years, just nine senators of the president’s party have won elections in states where presidential approval slips below the national average, according to a review of exit polls and election results … Continue reading
National Review’s John Fund reported that the New York City (of all places) Department of Investigations demonstrated how easy it is to commit voter fraud in Blue precincts: DOI undercover agents showed up at 63 polling places last fall and … Continue reading
Last year, I noted that the Millennials Civic Health Index found that only 62% of Millenials (the nickname for Americans under the age of 30) can find work and half of those can only find part time work. I then … Continue reading
Back in October 2013, the leftist Economic Policy Institute estimated that five million unemployed working-age Americans were not being counted by the official unemployment rate because they were too discouraged to look for work and that the real unemployment rate … Continue reading
Ronald Reagan and Barrack Obama (with a very familiar supporting cast) teach what works and what does not work in government in these humorous and surprisingly instructive animated videos: Enjoy and share them with your kids.
Look for ads like this to fill the media from now through the 2014 election: