The last piece I must get off my desktop for this break from politics is the recitation of a writing called The Science of Justice, by Lysander Spooner, one of my favorite political philosophers of all time. THe tone of this lecture is incredibly boring, but the material is essential to a moral worldview of…Details
but this one is just funny. My dad is a pilot, ergo the whole chemtrails thing is laughably stupid to me. But there was a time when our government was testing gas agents on us:
In which the FBI director is uncertain if the government can just kill anyone it wants within the country: We all must learn that there are two castes in modern America: the civilian class and the state class. The stae class does what it will when it will, living by the Neitszche-an master morality. If…Details
I love it when you call me Big Hoppe…
Roger Garrison walks us through the economics of debts and deficits in your lecture of the week this week. Which is better – a tax or a deficit?
Adding to the discussion is Bob Wenzel of EPJ, who explains why overspending and the monetizing of debt leads to the boom-bust cycle:
Back to work! My recent big vacation from most of life but working on the new condo means I have avoided blogging and emails like the plague. Here are some things I have collected as of late… The NYT Ministry of Propaganda is now openly advocating abandoning the Constitution. The writer is a constitutional law…Details