John Stossel – Generational Theft

On July 12, 2012, in Home, by admin

A discussion about the future of the Social Security system featuring a realist and a progressive. Keep up with liberty issues at http://www.LibertyPen.com

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“As Europe goes, so will we.” – Glenn Beck
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Milton Friedman – Orwellian Newspeak

On June 8, 2012, in Home, by admin

Milton Friedman cuts through political smoke and mirrors to identify government’s operating premise.

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Harry Browne – Had He Been Elected

On June 3, 2012, in Home, by admin

Unheeded visionaries become prophets. Libertarian candidate Harry Browne addresses the CATO Institute during the 1996 presidential campaign.

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John Stossel – Is Freedom Fair?

On May 31, 2012, in Home, by admin

Is freedom at odds with fairness? Not when freedom means maximum opportunity. Deroy Murdock, Arthur Brooks.
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Gay Marriage, Again

On May 13, 2012, in Home, by admin

Denying homosexuals basic legal privileges is wrong but distracts from the larger destruction of America’s most basic foundations.

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People say the government has a debt problem. Debt is caused by deficits, which is the difference between what the government collects in tax revenue and the amount of government spending. Every time the government runs a deficit, the government debt increases. So what’s to blame: too much spending, or too little tax revenue? Economics professor Antony Davies examines the data and concludes that the root cause of the debt is too much government spending.

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What If the National Debt Were Your Debt?

On March 26, 2012, in Home, by admin

The U.S. federal government collected $2.2 trillion and spent $3.8 trillion in 2011. At the same time, it was $14.6 trillion in debt. These numbers are too big to comprehend, so what if we scale it down to an average household’s income level? If you spent the way the government does, you might be contemplating bankruptcy. What should be done to ensure the government gets its fiscal house in order before it becomes impossible to pay the bills?

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What Are the Dangers of Too Much Debt?

On March 20, 2012, in Home, by admin

Interest payments on U.S. government debt are three times spending in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars already, and that is with the lowest interest rate we have seen since the 1960s. A rise in interest rates would increase interest payments dramatically. What can the U.S. government do today to prevent a crisis from happening when interest rates go up?

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Sen. Paul discusses rising gas prices across the country

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Sen. Rand Paul sends a message to Egypt after the illegal detention of 19 Americans.

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Tonight: Why you should be worried about the government’s debt.

Originally aired 1/30/12 on “Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano” on Fox Business Network

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Sen. Rand Paul delivered the following Republican response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address this evening

If you learned that the people you had hired to protect your liberty and your property had in fact destroyed both, would you keep them on the job? Tonight: The curious case of government debt is back on the front burner.

Originally aired 1/18/12 on “Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano” on Fox Business Network

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Occupy Wall Street and Student Loans

On January 18, 2012, in Home, by admin

According to Prof. Chris Coyne, one of the main concerns of the Occupy Wall Street movement is the rising cost of college and student loans. If student loans were forgiven, however, it wouldn’t solve the fundamental problem of costly education.

A government program that forgave student loans would improve the finances of people holding student loans, but it would do so at the expense of taxpayers in America. Many of these taxpayers would fall within the 99%.

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Of all the economic woes felt by just about everyone in America, you’d think the government would learn to stop borrowing and spending. Tonight: the government cannot control itself.

Originally aired 11/16/11 on “Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano” on Fox Business Network

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Sen. Rand Paul appears on Fox’s Your World with Neil Cauvto

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Debts and Deficit | Roger W. Garrison

On November 1, 2011, in Home, Mises Institute, by admin

Archived from the live Mises.tv broadcast, this lecture by Roger Garrison was presented at the 2011 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama.

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