Sunday, November 8, 2009

News you may have missed (Informed Citizen +++)

I missed a few of these stories last week and this is always a great source for catching up.

These stories were not covered but I think they are well worth the read so I am including them here.

To get a handle on how out of control federal spending has become, consider this: It surged to $30,000 per household in 2009. That's up from $21,000 (adjusted for inflation) in the 1980s and '90s. Yet rather than cut back, Congress plans to spend even more.

Mises: The Man Who Predicted the Depression

ICN Informed Citizen News broadcast Sunday November 1st, 2009. The news you should have heard, but didn't.

This week's stories...

#1 Audit the Fed Bill Gutted, Paul Says

#2 NY Health Commissioner Goldman Sachs connection

Radio Station going after Health commissioner
copy and paste to address bar

Reporter 1st question copy and past to address bar

Reporter 2nd question copy and paste to address bar

#3 Government report recommends blocking popular websites during pandemic flu outbreak

#4 Troops Were Called into Alabama ... Illegally

#5 Brother of Afghan Pres Karzai isuspected kingpin of the countrys booming opium trade

#6 New York Fed's Secret Decision on AIG Swaps Cost Americans $13 Billion

#7 clunkers Taxpayers paid $24,000 per car

#8 Illinois Teacher Retirement Fund runs short of funds

#9 Postal Service turns to selling greeting cards to boost revenue

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