Colin McKim
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Propping up GM a questionable investment

Many Americans don’t want to see any more wasteful debt spending, but also don’t want to see the death of a company so ingrained in American culture. We will be taking a bet that a demand remains for tens of thousands of American heavy industry workers.

Obama plans to legitimize unconstitutional “prolonged detainment”

It seems the more time goes by, the more Obama seems to support the precedents established by the prior administration. Civil rights advocates were greatly dismayed last week after hearing about Obama’s plans to reform treatment of terror suspects.

Resurgence of bartering an economic indicator that may offer hope for the future

Many businesses throughout the world are beginning to return to the traditional way of doing business that existed long before the creation of governments: bartering.

Feds seek to control even your kitchen sink

The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) proposes to put “all ocean space” under the control of the U.N.’s Division of Ocean Affairs and Law of the Sea (DOALOS).

U.S. should free itself from entangling alliances

American and foreign government officials have increased efforts lately to increase global oversight and regulation over a broad spectrum of topics. Operating within international organizations with globalist agendas, heads of state and their advisors have revealed radical plans to transform government as we know it, creating what is popularly referred to as ‘a new world order.’

If you thought wiretapping was shady, think about a national ID

The real objective of the national ID system is to make tracking of individuals easier for domestic surveillance purposes. If you thought the domestic wiretapping program was shady, you can justifiably fear a national ID.

The Second Amendment matters again in California

The little-known case of Nordyke v. King is a huge and much-needed milestone for protecting Second Amendment rights at the state level, and has opened the door for other gun rights cases which previously had no standing to commence.

Congress must embrace private solution to piracy

The recent increase in piracy off the Horn of Africa has gained an enormous amount of media attention, including the essay printed Tuesday by Mustang Daily reporter Mikaela Akuna.

Destruction of America comes from the inside

Abraham Lincoln once said, “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” The loss of our freedoms is the real threat to the American way of life.

It’s time to rein in the Federal Reserve

For those of you who left the country over spring break, your currency exchanges may have left you with less cash when the Fed monetized $1 trillion worth of debt in the form of treasury bonds.

No change in imperialistic policies with new administration

With all the campaign rhetoric of change in foreign policy now fading in the memories of the public, the new administration is starting on plans to increase the intensity of the war in Afghanistan. On Tuesday, Vice President Biden announced…