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This week’s G-20 summit may be one of America’s most embarrassing moments since President Barack Obama gave 25 DVDs and a bag of Jiffy Pop to Prime Minister Gordon Brown. Read the rest of this entry »


Citing the “tragic failure of financial regulation,” Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner told PBS’ Charlie Rose that henceforth, “capitalism will be different.” No question about that – it already is. Read the rest of this entry »

“UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s comment this week calling the United States a ‘deadbeat’ nation continues an ugly tradition of anti-American sentiment and false criticism of the United States – the UN’s most generous benefactor – by UN leaders over the years,” said Freedom Alliance President Tom Kilgannon. Read the rest of this entry »