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Tom Mullen

Tom Mullen is the author of Where Do Conservatives and Liberals Come From? And What Ever Happened to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness? and  A Return to Common  Sense: Reawakening Liberty in the Inhabitants of America.  His writing has been featured at The Washington Times, The Huffington Post, The Daily Caller, 321 Gold! and Peter Schiff’s Tom has been a guest on Fox’s Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano, Adam Vs. the Man, Free Talk Live, and numerous other  programs.

In 2007, Tom released his first solo CD, A Glimpse of the Ether,  containing 13 original compositions.  Tom’s style has been  described as “Powerpop with a hint of modern rock.”

Tom is originally a native of Buffalo, NY and graduate of Canisius  College.  He earned a Master’s Degree in English from State  University of New York College at Buffalo.  He now resides with  his family in Royalton, NY.  For more information, visit Tom’s website at

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Classic Christmas Movies Declare Taxation Is Theft

Whatever your religious beliefs, even if you have none at all, you can’t go wrong watching these classic Christmas specials with your children. Not only will they learn the true meaning of Christmas, but they will be exposed at a young age to the founding American principle that government is evil.

- December 15, 2016

The Leftist Apparitions Who Shook Down Scrooge for Money

Everything changed on Christmas Eve, when Scrooge was terrorized – there really is no other word for it – by three time-traveling, left-wing apparitions. It wasn’t enough to frighten an elderly man with the mere appearance of ghosts. They took him on a trip through time, scolding him for supposed mistakes made in the past and blaming him for the misfortunes of others in the present and future. And let’s not forget the purpose of this psychological waterboarding. They are not, as Shaffer observes, pursuing Scrooge’s happiness, but his money.

- December 13, 2016

Old Man Potter Lived a Wonderful Life

The Baileys burn with resentment that so many residents of Bedford Falls prudently choose to live in Potter’s less expensive housing than buy a house they can’t afford, financed by the Baileys’ Ponzi scheme. Thus, even after shirking their fiduciary duty to run the business properly, the Baileys spend decades assaulting Potter’s character in a transparent attempt to lure away his customers.


- December 08, 2016

The Hidden Costs of Saving Those Carrier Jobs

1,100 Americans keep their jobs and Carrier gets lower taxes. That, as Bastiat would say, “is what is seen.” What is not seen is vast amounts of wealth destroyed by this protectionist deal.

- December 07, 2016

The Irony Everyone’s Missing in the Hamilton-Pence Controversy

Trump isn’t Hitler. He’s Hamilton, advocating the kind of centralist government Hamilton championed throughout his political life. Trump wants to be Hamilton’s elected king, running a crony-capitalist, mercantilist economy just as Hamilton envisioned.

Even Trump’s campaign slogan was Hamiltonian. Hamilton’s stated political goal was “national greatness.” I kid you not.

- November 22, 2016

Muhammad Ali's Anti-War Stand Was Civil Disobedience, Not Draft Dodging

The great athlete refused to initiate force against the Vietnamese.

- June 04, 2016

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