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Albert J. Beveridge, Kenneth Gerbino, Rick Gaber


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"If liberty is worth keeping and free representative government worth saving,

we must stand for all American fundamentals—not some, but all. All are woven

into the great fabric of our national well-being. We cannot hold fast to some

only, and abandon others that, for the moment, we find inconvenient. If one

American fundamental is prostrated, others in the end will surely fall."

-- Albert J. Beveridge

(1862-1927) American historian, US Senator (R-IN)





"It is the paper money created out of thin air that creates the unfair

distribution of wealth that is making the middle class fall more behind and the

poor more poor. Newly created money and credit in a paper money system benefits

those that can access the money first and buy capital goods and real property

at one price before the new money circulates and makes all prices go up. Wages

also do not keep up with inflation and that creates another squeeze on the

middle class."

-- Kenneth Gerbino

former chairman of the American Economic Council

Source: The Great Deceit, May 28, 2010




"Always remember the difference between economic power and political power: You

can refuse to hire someone's services or buy his products in the private sector

and go somewhere else instead. In the public sector, though, if you refuse to

accept a politician's or bureaucrat's product or services you go to jail.

Ultimately, after all, all regulations are observed and all taxes are paid at

gunpoint. I believe those few who can't even see that have been short-sighted

sheep, and I suggest they learn how to think conceptually, develop consistency

and grasp principles soon."

-- Rick Gaber

Source: Selfishness vs. "Selfishness"


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