Weekly Education

This week’s longer addition to the blog comes in the form of a lecture by Hans-Hermann Hoppe on the how & why of insurance and how little sense it makes to pool certain people with others. This is a good one – easy to understand, commonsensical, and informative: Hans Hoppe also really tore through many…

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The Presidency & Constitution

I don’t know much about Congressman Mike Pence or his views (and, as with anyone in government, I probably disagree with at least half of them). But I did read a speech of his the other day that struck me as an incredibly valuable yet lost insight into our Constitution concerning presidential duties and abilities.…

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Things Worth Discussing – 12/20/10 Edition

I told you I’d have a lot today. I do… Politics Liberals much more likely to follow others than conservatives. Good work, sheeple. America is becoming Detroit. Sad. Don’t wanna pay for Obamacare because it is too expensive? If you are a corporation that is buddy-buddy with the government just get a waiver from HHS.…

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Things Worth Discussing

On the world’s wide(st) web, these are the things that I have found in the past week that are worth a sentence or two… Liberalism != happiness, and here’s why. Statistics show that “Islamophobia” is really “Jew-o-phobia,”. Looks like we are more like many of the Arabic Muslims than we pretend, since Jews are our…

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This Is Exactly How I Feel…

The turning point has come much quicker than I ever imagined, and we are at a crossroads. If we let them do this now, things will only get worse for our civil liberties, not better…

Here’s some perspective. And here is Sowell on the mess…