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Added by Prof. Charles Xavier on July 12, 2014 at 4:26am — No Comments

Signs of the Times

Summer is coming, and the year ends in an even number. That means new yard decorations for homes in your area. These are not your typical garden gnomes or bird baths. It’s election time, and having people display your name in their yard can mean the difference between a squeaky win and a devastating loss. Right now,…

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Added by Austin Clarke on May 31, 2014 at 5:30am — No Comments

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Added by Prof. Charles Xavier on May 31, 2014 at 2:39am — No Comments

Find Political Signs on Sale to help Support your Campaign

Whether this is your first race or you have been in countless others, political races are often a testament of will, let alone ideas. Of course, it doesn't matter how strong your will or grand your ideas are if nobody knows who you are or what your name is. Yes, with the larger campaigns you shouldn't have a problem gaining exposure, as not only will people want to interview you and plaster your picture on just about every media publication in the area, but you also have others who want to…

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Added by Austin Clarke on May 3, 2014 at 1:57am — No Comments

Promote Your Campaign with Campaign Signs

No matter the kind of campaign you are running, promotion is essential. Without promoting your campaign, nobody is going to know about it or what you stand for. It doesn't matter how amazing your ideas are or what you want to do, if nobody knows about it nobody is going to vote for you. That is why you need to seek out ways to promote your campaign. If you are lucky enough to have large backers and financial assets, you have the money to advertise through a variety of mediums, ranging from…

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Added by Austin Clarke on April 5, 2014 at 4:19am — No Comments

Improve Your Political Chances with Campaign Signs

Political campaigns can be rather expensive to run. There are all sorts of different expenditures that come up, from paying campaign managers to promoting yourself. Even if it is a small, local election, there are certain fees and costs that require you to spend far more money than you might think. With these smaller elections, it is all about getting your name out there and making sure as many people in the community know about you. Even if you are looking to run for a rather small position…

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Added by Austin Clarke on March 12, 2014 at 12:44am — No Comments

Advertise Yourself with Campaign Signs

When it comes to local elections, the more name recognition you have the better off your campaign is going to be. Large scale campaigns typically have individuals with million dollar donors, allowing them to spend all sorts of money on the advertising process. Senate races, presidential and governor races are going to flood the local television stations with ads and publications about why specific candidates are better for the given community than the person they are running against.…

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Added by Austin Clarke on January 16, 2014 at 3:49am — No Comments

Saying sorry isn’t enough

Obama says " I'm sorry"  then Nancy Pelosi goes into a spin on Meet The Press. Why are we still letting this go on. 

Want to learn more see my blog post. Saying Sorry isn't enough

Kathy Hagle

Added by Kathy Hagle on November 18, 2013 at 1:58pm — No Comments


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The July 4th "Cause"

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Added by Cynthia on July 2, 2013 at 3:14pm — No Comments


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Uncle Sam, It's Time To Drop Your Drawers!

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Added by Cynthia on May 23, 2013 at 12:48pm — No Comments


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Author’s Response to “Tax Principles” Blog Comments

I am pleased so many of you have expressed your opinions about the four Principles Based Taxes papers I posted. Your comments have been both of concern and of great interest to me. I may have raised the blood pressure of many of you. For this I am concerned as I wish no one harm. I am certainly not upset by your (mostly negative) comments, since anything as emotional as “taxes” is bound to evoke strong feelings. Unfortunately, I do not have time to respond to…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on February 8, 2013 at 7:05pm — 2 Comments


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New Business Taxes = U.S. Jobs and Economic Growth

Summary: Two new taxes are proposed to replace present business taxes. A small flat tax assures businesses pay for general benefits they receive from publically financed functions. A value added tax (VAT) that is zero or small for value added within the U.S. and higher for value added offshore will drive investments and jobs to the U.S. and keep U.S. businesses globally competitive.

Taxes and other costs, i.e., regulations, entitlement mandates,…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on February 6, 2013 at 1:00pm — 25 Comments


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The Buffet Tax Joke

Mr. Buffet is smart. He is smart enough to propose a new tax for “millionaires and billionaires” that he and many others likely will not have to pay. Buffet’s joke is on us, and President Obama is using this tax joke to garner votes through class warfare. Here’s why Buffet will not pay more taxes.

Mr. Buffet’s $46B wealth has been amassed through his company, Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. that has only paid out dividends once in its history. So, Mr. Buffet does not receive dividend income…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on October 1, 2012 at 1:51am — No Comments

CZECH LEADER HASN'T WON OVER EXILES by PROF. LIBOR BROM

Vaclav Havel, president of the Czech Republic, is not a messianic political leader for the Czechs who were driven out of their homeland by the Nazis and communists. These exiles do not identify with his "moral" and political profile.

In fact, the participants in the…

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Added by Rafael Brom on September 1, 2012 at 2:11am — No Comments


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Pre-August 2012 Blog Articles By Dr. l. Lynn Cleland

Inverse Chronological Order Ending July 31, 2012

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on August 4, 2012 at 2:34pm — No Comments


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The Unions Campaign Against Voter ID Laws

It has been all over the news - states enacting new voter ID requirements.  For most of us, the possiblity that the state we live in would enact a voter ID requirement probably does not even create a ripple in our pond.  Not so for the organized labor and Occupy Wall St. 

The newest state to hit the news with a new stricter voter ID law is Pennsylvannia and Lord help us the…

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Added by Rebecca Smith on July 27, 2012 at 8:54am — No Comments


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Ridiculous Deficit/Debt Rhetoric & Senate Vote

Politicians’ deficits and debt proposals lack credibility but provide (false) hope for many uninformed citizens.

Proposed Tax Increases and Spending Cuts Facts:

Every political season is filled with political rhetoric, media sound bites, and misinformation. This season is…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 26, 2012 at 12:00am — 1 Comment


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Are Businesses and the Wealthy “Bad Citizens?”

Our citizenry has been lead to believe by politicians that businesses and the wealthy are “bad greedy citizens” because they have too much power and receive special treatment. This works out nicely for the politicians since it provides food for their rhetoric. But is this conclusion true or false? The answer is “false.” The argument is up side down.

 Politicians in return for favors and money (bribes) bestow power and special treatment to businesses and the wealthy. The politicians…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 22, 2012 at 1:40am — No Comments


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Are Businesses and the Wealthy “Bad Citizens?”

Our citizenry has been lead to believe by politicians that businesses and the wealthy are “bad greedy citizens” because they have too much power and receive special treatment. This works out nicely for the politicians since it provides food for their rhetoric. But is this conclusion true or false? The answer is “false.” The argument is up side down.

 Politicians in return for favors and money (bribes) bestow power and special treatment to businesses and the wealthy. The politicians…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 22, 2012 at 1:40am — No Comments


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Bad U.S. Socioeconomic Theories

In the early 20th century eugenics became a popular theory. Eugenics assumed that talent and genius were hereditary traits, and that selective breeding could improve the human race. Scientists measured physical and other attributes seeking the best solutions to race improvement. Nazi officials exploited this theory with their “experiments.” Today we understand this was a really bad theory.

 Today’s liberal/progressive theories include: (1a) printing money out of thin air,…

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Added by Laurence Lynn Cleland on July 17, 2012 at 8:27pm — No Comments

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