Monthly Archives: January 2011

Robert Ringer speaking of the Tucson Shooter

“…when conservatives argue that the murderer had no connection to conservative politics, they are allowing themselves to once again be sucked into the liberals’ false-premise trap.¬† It’s the wrong argument.¬† Both liberals and conservatives have a right to say whatever … Continue reading

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Why stop at changing “Huckleberry Finn?”

A reader of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote the following on Monday, January 17, 2011: I was delighted to read that the new edition of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” will replace the “n-word” with the word “slave” to spare the … Continue reading

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Foreclosure Crisis Has Only Just Begun

My views are controversial with many, however they have been formed by years of experience. Never buy something and commit to long-term payments without the assurance that you will have the ability to pay, even if you lose your job. … Continue reading

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A Special message from Robert Ringer …

I firmly believe that the United States is on the wrong path – culturally, morally, and, above all, economically. In the late 1970s, I began predicting a collapse of the U.S. stock and housing markets, nationalization of major banks, the … Continue reading

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This is how the game works in big-time politics

A well-written description of today’s politicians as written by Peter Schiff in the Washington Times: “This is how the game works in big-time politics: A potential candidate hires a polling firm to create a strategically written and scientifically executed poll … Continue reading

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College Bubble Set to Burst in 2011

“The National Inflation Association believes that the United States has a college education bubble that is set to burst beginning in mid-2011. This bursting bubble will have effects that are even more far-reaching than the bursting of the Real Estate … Continue reading

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Colleges will begin to go bankrupt–what is your opinion

According to The National Inflation Association, one of their top 10 predictions for 2011, Colleges will begin to go bankrupt and close their doors. We have a college education bubble in America that was made possible by the U.S. government’s … Continue reading

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