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Monthly Archives: July, 2011

Herman Cain Schools President Clinton on Economics

The likeliest winner of the 2012 Presidential Election, Herman Cain, rose to national prominence by famously out-debating President Clinton during the “Hillary Care“ era. Watch Cain talk circles around Clinton and explain the realities of the average American to a man who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth: Herman Cain vs. Bill …

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Tip of the Day: No Taxes In Cuba

Did you know that the Castro regime in Cuba tells its people they do not pay taxes, and that the less-educated Cubans tend to believe it? Although the pay an income tax over 90%, their pay stubs do not reflect the taxation or the real amount earned. All they see is their post-tax paycheck amount, …

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Hugo Chavez Chooses Capitalist Medicine!

Hugo Chavez had been in Cuba when he and Fidel Castro claim that his cancer was found accidentally during a routine doctor’s visit. According to Castro, Chavez had been in Cuba for unrelated reasons. What those reasons might have been, what prompted Chavez to inexplicably visit a Cuban doctor instead of returning home first, and …

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Bachmann, Cain Continue to Lead Gallup Poll

Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain continue to lead in Gallup’s Positive Intensity scores for the polling period ending yesterday, Monday, July 11, 2011. They also continue to be the GOP candidates rated most favorably and least unfavorably among likely contenders for next year’s presidential election. Both are widely supported by the Tea Party movement, and …

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Tip of the Day 14: Savings Tips in a Bad Economy

Cut Coupons–just don’t overdo it because the retailers have begun to push back on people who abuse it. Purchase only necessities until you’re back on your feet financially. Pay off the credit card with the lowest debt first, saving you one whole account’s worth of interest, late fees, and one less monthly bill to worry …

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