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Freedom News Digest: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 Where Did 2022’s Extra National Debt Growth Come From?

President Biden has dramatically accelerated federal spending during his time in office. He has now spent more in his first two years than President Trump did during his last two years at the height of the pandemic.

Jonathan Bydlak, “Biden’s Spending Spree Is Unprecedented” [2022]


December 2, 2022

George Orwell, Call Your Venezuelan Office
It appears that the American people are being prepared for a change of mindsets. After many years of treating Venezuela as an enemy, opponent, adversary, competitor, and rival, it seems that U.S. officials are now changing course and paving the way toward converting Venezuela to a friend, partner, and ally.  George Orwell, please call your office in Venezuela. Now that the American …

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