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  • Jan Pasko
    Jan Passgo WWP Member (JPassgo@aol.com) Currency Wars by James Ricards has some interesting insights about Lincoln s assassination, and his attempt to
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      Jan Passgo WWP Member (JPassgo@...) Currency Wars by James Ricards has some interesting insights about Lincoln's assassination, and his attempt to eliminate private banking.

      Jan




      [wew]Why didn't Lincolnfeel the same about Southern secession? Following the money might help with ananswer. Throughout most of our history, the only sources of federal revenuewere excise taxes and tariffs. During the 1850s, tariffs amounted to 90 percentof federal revenue. Southern ports paid 75 percent of tariffs in 1859. What"responsible" politician would let that much revenue go?
      Walter E. Williams isa professor of economics at George Mason University. To find out more aboutWalter E. Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers andcartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.
    • Frank Agamemnon
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        Jan Passgo WWP Member (JPassgo@...) Currency Wars by James Ricards has some interesting insights about Lincoln's assassination, and his attempt to eliminate private banking.

        Jan

        [wew]Why didn't Lincolnfeel the same about Southern secession? Following the money might help with ananswer. Throughout most of our history, the only sources of federal revenuewere excise taxes and tariffs. During the 1850s, tariffs amounted to 90 percentof federal revenue. Southern ports paid 75 percent of tariffs in 1859. What"responsible" politician would let that much revenue go?
        Walter E. Williams isa professor of economics at George Mason University. To find out more aboutWalter E. Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers andcartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.
      • Frank Agamemnon
        Frank Agamemnon WWP Email Member (honkystar@yahoo.com) President Obama: 9/11 Families Ask You to Watch “9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out” Jan
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          Frank Agamemnon WWP Email Member (honkystar@...)

          President Obama: 9/11 Families Ask You to Watch “9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out”


          Jan Passgo WWP Member (JPassgo@...) Currency Wars by James Ricards has some interesting insights about Lincoln's assassination, and his attempt to eliminate private banking.

          [wew]Why didn't Lincolnfeel the same about Southern secession? Following the money might help with ananswer. Throughout most of our history, the only sources of federal revenuewere excise taxes and tariffs. During the 1850s, tariffs amounted to 90 percentof federal revenue. Southern ports paid 75 percent of tariffs in 1859. What"responsible" politician would let that much revenue go?
          Walter E. Williams isa professor of economics at George Mason University. To find out more aboutWalter E. Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers andcartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.
        • wv
          wv WWP Email member and special friend of the cyber personality known as Automatic Lie (microdhses@gmail.com) Yes, it makes a whole lot of sense, and
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            wv WWP Email member and special friend of the cyber personality known as Automatic Lie (microdhses@...) Yes, it makes a whole lot of sense, and corresponds with the ''gov. as tax farmers'' line.

            Gov. love to have bigger countries with more people in them, since it does indeed give them more people to tax, for their profligacy, foreign wars, entitlements, buying votes, their perks, etc.

            If you like power, as most politicians do, you like MORE power over more people, instead of LESS power over less people.

            Jan Passgo WWP Member (JPassgo@...) Currency Wars by James Ricards has some interesting insights about Lincoln's assassination, and his attempt to eliminate private banking.

            Jan

            Why didn't Lincoln feel the same about Southern secession? Following the money might help with an answer. Throughout most of our history, the only sources of federal revenue were excise taxes and tariffs. During the 1850s, tariffs amounted to 90 percent of federal revenue. Southern ports paid 75 percent of tariffs in 1859. What "responsible" politician would let that much revenue go?
            Walter E. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University. To find out more about Walter E. Williams and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate
            Web page at www.creators.com.
          • Postherguy@...
            Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@aol.com) Do you have any specifics as opposed to your generalities? In a message dated 2/21/2013 3:39:48 P.M.
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              Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@...) Do you have any specifics as opposed to your generalities?


              In a message dated 2/21/2013 3:39:48 P.M. Central Standard Time,
              microdhses@... writes:

              Yes, it makes a whole lot of sense, and corresponds with the ''gov. as tax
              farmers'' line.


              Gov. love to have bigger countries with more people in them, since it does
              indeed give them more people to tax, for their profligacy, foreign wars,
              entitlements, buying votes, their perks, etc.


              If you like power, as most politicians do, you like MORE power over more
              people, instead of LESS power over less people.
            • Don Fredrick
              Don Fredrick WWP Member (colony14@gmail.com) One need not prove the obvious. That s why it s called obvious. Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@aol.com)
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                Don Fredrick WWP Member (colony14@...) One need not prove the obvious. That's why it's called obvious.

                Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@...) Do you have any specifics as opposed to your generalities?*

                wv WWP Email member and special friend of the cyber personality known as Automatic Lie (microdhses@...) Yes, it makes a whole lot of sense, and corresponds with the ''gov. as tax farmers'' line.

                Gov. love to have bigger countries with more people in them, since it does indeed give them more people to tax, for their profligacy, foreign wars, entitlements, buying votes, their perks, etc.

                If you like power, as most politicians do, you like MORE power over more people, instead of LESS power over less people.
              • Postherguy@...
                Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@aol.com) That s why you re a xxxx for brains Don Fredrick WWP Member (colony14@gmail.com) One need not prove the
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                  Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@...) That's why you're a xxxx for brains

                  Don Fredrick WWP Member (colony14@...) One need not prove the obvious. That's why it's called obvious.

                  Post her Guy WWP Email Member (Postherguy@...) Do you have any specifics as opposed to your generalities?
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