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The Circle of Socialism: The Real Story of “Quantitative Easing” and the Federal Reserve

America’s got a massive deficit and debt problem. On that, most folks can agree. How it happened, however, is something many aren’t so certain to say. The process of running up ...

Playing Politics with Immigrants’ Futures

Several weeks ago, just prior to President Obama’s second inaugural, I was interviewed by a New York Times reporter regarding immigration reform. In the course of the interview, the ...

The Pluribus Project – An Initiative of “Common Cents” and the Palmetto Conservative Alliance

As we’ve discussed extensively on “Common Cents” the message of faith, family, freedom and free-markets is a message that is promising for all Americans. Nevertheless, as we’ve ...

The Cuban Missile Crisis as a Model of American Strength

I’m a history buff, and to those of you who listen to Common Cents, this comes as no great revelation. I firmly believe that those who do not heed the lessons of the past are doomed ...

Political Carbohydrates

Thank goodness, I’ve always had high metabolism, which has helped offset my love of foods that don’t love me back. Nevertheless, my love of carbohydrates (a.k.a. “carbs”) forces ...

Robbing the Future to Win the Present

Over the past year and a half we’ve been hearing President Obama parrot, or rather pirate, a phrase coined by Newt Gingrich of “Winning the Future.” The President has used this ...

Military Sequestration: Congress’s Failure to Address Our Greatest National Security Threat

As events in the Middle East continue to unravel, with the Arab Spring quickly becoming the winter of the West’s discontent, our Administration and short-sighted leaders in Congress ...

What Do Bill Clinton and Pinnocchio Have in Common?

For starters, they’re both factually challenged, or, in other words, they have some degree of difficulty telling the truth. In his address last evening to the Democratic National ...
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