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Cato Institute Scholars Analyze the 2010 State of the Union Address


Cato Institute scholars address several items in President Obama's first official State of the Union Address.
Scholars include Daniel J. Mitchell, Mark A. Calabria, Neal McCluskey, Michael D. Tanner, John Samples, Jim Harper and Malou Innocent.

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Rupert Murdoch sat on the Board of Phillip Morris and Cato Institute.

As far as I'm concerned they are "fair weather libertarians" they pick their battles very carefully.

Even Glenn Beck can parrot truth.

I judge the media and experts very carefully.

On the road were treading, government intervention shrinks.

The goal is limited government*, but the action is reducing government intervention at home and abroad.

Reagan said "Government is the problem." Reagan's association with Dr. Paul produced some of Reagan's best insights. Ron Paul has beeen treading this road a long time.

*If government where held to its proper role it might prove a useful tool.

During the repression the community gathers around.

Free includes debt-free!

Paul_S: Well said

I feel sorry for Reagan.

I think he was, at one time, a truly Barry Goldwater Republican -- but Ron Paul was more of a Taft-Coolidge-Adams type Republican.

Reagan had his administration hijacked in '81 when the "evil they" showed their hook'em horns and had the false-flag assassination attempt.

It always ticked me off when they paraded Nancy around as if to say Ron supported McCain over Paul.

That's pretty much how I saw it unfold also.

Though I withheld judgment at the time. Waiting for history to have its say, so to speak.

His administration was awful. The billions in foreign aid given to countries in the form of military equipment left the world a more dangerous place for no good reason.

Free includes debt-free!

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I agree

with your statement about the old media; on the plus side, at least "they" have made "us" more independent---"we" have to rely on ourselves to get the "real news"...

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I often wonder where this movement would be without internet.

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I don't know...

Seems we would find a way around it if the internet was down.

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Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15