In Pursuit of Virtue – Late October Edition

Things from all over! How far have our leaders moved down the path of apathy to evil? Robert Gibbs exemplifies the carelessness with which the Obama team murders civilian children if they have a bad father. This is something most of us already know (though few condemn), since the practice of drone-bombing funerals and weddings…

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The Incoherence of Jo[ker] Biden

I did not watch the Vice Presidential debate, because I can feel myself getting stupider watching the political discourse that the modern Western mind finds compelling. But I did hear sound clips, and there is only one I would like to address, because I have heard friends say it. Let me paraphrase. “Yes, I am…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – October Edition

I know you have been inundated with long posts of late with lots to read. Today should keep you buys on that track, with several articles of note. The final posts in rebuttal to my leftist BFF will come soon, as well as a special dissection of voting before the day on which we cast…

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Actually, “Liberalism” Doesn’t Work, You Ponce – Part V – Taxes and Regs

Good morning. So far, you have heard about why the left and right are the same (part I), that trends were altered around the 70s and 80s (part II), the role of markets in history (part III), and the dangers of debt (part IV). It has been a bit jumbled and confusing in parts, perhaps,…

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Actually, “Liberalism” Doesn’t Work, You Ponce – Part III – Markets and History

This is going well, isn’t it? And we are only a quarter the way down the page. Here are parts I and II. Let’s get a third out today. We have a few graphs in the next stint, but I will let our narrator talk a little bit before I jump in… This is even…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – September Redux

I’d rather not flood the week with posts, so here are columns for the week of lasting importance… Centralizing Our Way to Tyranny – The foundation for a technocracy is having the “experts” make the decisions for the people. Inevitably, the end of the trail is tyranny, where decisions are not only not allowed by…

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