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Georgia (the Country) Fires All Its Cops

The whole country of Georgia promptly fell into a drunken reenactment of Mad Max that is still going on today. Ha, just kidding! Instead of indulging in a nationwide game of bumper cars, everything went just fine — in fact, even better than normal. And we don't mean that the citizens held themselves together for…

Denver Collects Fines On Drivers Who Stop At Red Lights

The city of Denver is bringing in thousands of dollars in fines every year by ticketing people who stop at red lights. They are ticketed because their tire goes over the white line that marks where the vehicle should stop. The red light cameras at various intersections in the city will flash and the driver…

LPMNDC.org presidential straw poll results

*note, Bill Still supports unlimited fiat money printing by the US Treasury. LPMNDC.org Straw Poll Results: Bill Still 1205 votes or 65.9% R. J. Harris 280 votes or 15.3% Jim Burns 186 votes or 10.2% Lee Wrights 67 votes or 3.7% NOTA 37 votes or 2% Angela Keaton 19 votes or 1% Wayne Root votes…

James Grant, Ron Paul’s Pick For Fed Chair, Speaks On The Fed

James Grant of Grant's Interest Rate Observer (http://www.grantspub.com/) and James Turk of the GoldMoney Foundation discuss the history and mission of the Fed, how mission creep has taken it wildly beyond its initial purpose into the territory of QE, ZIRP and other fiat currency experiments. They talk about who benefit from zero interest rates and…

Cuba legalizes sale, purchase of private property

HAVANA (AP) — Cuba announced Thursday it will allow real estate to be bought and sold for the first time since the early days of the revolution, the most important reform yet in a series of free-market changes under President Raul Castro. The law, which takes effect Nov. 10, applies to citizens living in Cuba…