China Has More Spies Living In California Than The FBI Has Agents

Yes, you read that correctly. The Chinese Ministry for State Security has more agents living in the state of California than it has FBI. Based in Beijing, the Ministry for State Security (MSS) is responsible for China’s foreign intelligence, counter-intelligence, and security. The MSS is believed to be responsible for the majority of Chinese espionage. Military talk show host and veteran Bryan Suits is …

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14 Podcasts That Will Make You Think

Podcasts are slowly taking over. Talk radio, while still broadcasting live and over terrestrial airwaves, has finally begun to embrace it. Only a few short years ago paid subscriptions were required to listen to your favorite news/talk shows on demand and podcasts seemed the poorly produced bastard brother. Now, after years of pioneers like Adam …

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Ready For Chillary!

So Hillary is trying to reach out to younger voters and in a recent Vine talked about how she was “chilling” in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It was lame of course and on the advice of Amy Otto, I spruced it up and here it is: Trouble!

A New Hope For Greece?

With Greece humiliated at the hands of the evil banksters, the Troika, the ECB, Merkel, and other EU nations at the horror of paying back money their politicians borrowed for promises they couldn’t keep (which can never really be paid back, anyway)… After the IMF (allegedly) called for Tsipras to resign his position as prime minister… Who can Greece …

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Bubba Watson and The General Lee

In the newest round of pilers on to the ex post facto Confederate Flag outrage, pro-golfer Bubba Watson has announced that he will deface a significant piece of The Dukes of Hazzard memorabilia that he owns post-haste, because he truly believes all persons are equal and this action will absolve him of historical guilt: Ostensibly …

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If President Obama Had His Way, The DC Opportunity Scholarship Fund Would Not Exist

When Barack Obama became President, one of the first things he did before even doing anything in his official capacity was to get the ball rolling in sending his two girls, Sasha and Malia to Sidwell Friends, an exclusive private school in Bethesda, Maryland. The annual tuition for the school is about $34,000 per year. …

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‘District of Corruption’ Doesn’t Let Administrations Off the Hook

Almost every politically engaged person to the right of center recognizes the unprecedented level of corruption in the Obama administration. Honest leftists must also admit to it. Sometimes it seems that one scandal emerges only to distract us from the previous one. It is almost impossible to remember all of them. Fortunately, Judicial Watch has …

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Free Markets Work – Walmart Hikes Wages

Without coercion, statute, administrative ruling, or other fiat, Walmart has decided to #raisethewage to half a million of its employees: Discount retail giant Wal-Mart (WMT) will give a half million employees pay raises, the company said Thursday. The retailer also reported a mixed quarterly report. The move ensures hourly associates earn at least $1.75 above today’s …

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Al Sharpton Has Cleaned Up His Appearance But The Dirt Can’t Be Washed Off

If you looked up “attention whore” in the dictionary, an appropriate photo would be one of the “Reverend” Al Sharpton, displayed prominently. Sharpton’s “career” of rabble rousing and  fomenting division between whites, blacks, Jews and Asians is well documented as are his constant attempts to smear police officers, particularly those in New York City. Sharpton …

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Captain America versus Nick Fury, or Liberty versus Security

Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the latest film in Marvel’s Avengers-related series, finds the Captain at odds with S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury over the question of global intelligence. Fury’s experience with the death and destruction visited upon the world in warfare leads him to support intelligence gathering by S.H.I.E.L.D. that intrudes on privacy to an …

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Autopsy Reports: Public Record or Private Medical Information?

Are autopsies a part of the public record or an individual’s medical record? This question made it all the way to South Carolina’s Supreme Court after a newspaper called The Item sued the Sumter county coroner, arguing for the first categorization. In The Item‘s case, the coroner refused to release the autopsy report of Aaron Jacobs, a 25-year-old man shot …

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5 Things The GOP Needs To Stop Doing

The second half of this article, “5 Things the GOP Needs to Keep Doing,” will be featured exclusively in the next edition of Pocket Full of Liberty’s newsletter. So sign up in order to read it! 1. They need to stop defending big business and big unresponsive government and defend the little guy.  The GOP needs to fight against the individual mandate …

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5 Reasons Why Shaming Is Not Coercion

On Wednesday, Cathy Reisenwitz stirred up the libertarian world with a post entitled, “Shaming Others is Unjustifiable Coercion.” She argues that ostracism (and criticism, ridicule, and shame) are equivalent to state coercion. Private coercion, she attests, and public coercion are one and the same. I don’t buy her argument, at all. Here are five reasons …

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Mike’s Financial Pocket: The Fed’s Quantitative Easing “Taper” Troubles

Over the last few months, there has been considerable talk about the “taper,” referring to the end of the Federal Reserve’s purchasing program known euphemistically as “quantitative easing.” Under QE, as it is generally referred to, the Federal Reserve has been engaging in purchasing of assets (particularly United States Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities) in an effort to stimulate the economy …

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Honest Conversation About Race? Not When Motives Are Dishonestly Attacked

Several people have written great pieces about the issue of race in the wake of the Zimmerman trial. RB Pundit writes about his own experience with bigotry. Charles W. Cooke as he almost always does, writes a fantastic piece debunking the notion we still live an Emmett Till era and Rich Lowry writes many people conveniently ignore cold hard facts about …

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Publishers Respond in CHORUS to White House Open Access Mandate

In February, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) informed federal agencies spending more than $100 million on research to develop strategies to make published results of federal funded research publicly available. OSTP stipulated that results must be freely available within one year of publication. Legislation to ensure access to research findings was already in …

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8 Things That Suck About Obamacare

In case you haven’t noticed, starting January 1st 2014 you will be required to buy a health insurance policy from an exchange if you do not have employer coverage.  If you have insurance through your employer, he or she will have to decide between paying a $2,000 penalty or continuing to provide you with your current …

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