Woods & Molyneux Take on Occupy Wall Street

Your lecture of the week this week is replaced by this discussion of the OccupyWallStreet Movement, and the slight correction they need to really create change in the system…

Missing the Point

As expressed in a post yesterday, the Occupy Wall Street people seem to be missing the point, as most are Obama-y, class-warfare types. Money isn’t the problem, at least not in itself. The state is. Let’s take a systematic look at on member’s proposed demands, which my dad sent me today… Demand one: Restoration of…

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Totalitarian Dictatorship, Anyone?

The al-Awlaki hit will resound for a long time as the day the Constitution and your rights as a U.S. citizen died. Sure, Constitutional standards have been eroding away slowly (the Patriot Act was just the beginning), but killing a U.S. citizen without due process and for what appears to be exercising free speech is…

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The Criminal Acts of the United States Government…

by its own standards, even… Santelli is right on in this video, even though Friedman really got him by saying his idea was idiotic. A recent Forbes article explains why: For starters, let’s be clear on what a Ponzi scheme is. Say you’re in a scheming kind of mood and looking to get rich off…

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