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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.
Listed at the Conservative Book Store.
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Author Archives: Bart DePalma
Congress’s Benghazi Select Committee has discovered that Hillary Clinton, while serving as Secretary of State, declined to use the State Department’s secured email, apparently to avoid regulations preserving those emails for requests by Congress and Freedom of Information Act requests … Continue reading
In 1935, Sinclair Lewis noted the rise of Adolph Hitler in Germany and penned a novel entitled It Can’t Happen Here describing an alternate America where the president becomes a fascist dictator. Fast forward to the present. Ramussen’s recent polling … Continue reading
Way cool! Make it so.
Last fall, I noted that Obamacare was massively over-budget and was taking an insane $15,971 from the taxpayers for each person gaining insurance. Today, Bloomberg news is reporting that Obamacare booster Kaiser Family Foundation has discovered that the government designed … Continue reading
One of the prime reasons for America’s decision to leave the British Empire and form its own nation was Parliament’s imposition of taxes and spending on the colonies without allowing the American people representation in Parliament. Today, we have a … Continue reading