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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Something I Never Do

This post is an important one. Republicans are all about scare tactics these days, it seems. In a way, I think it is good to be alarmed at the policies of the State these days. But my game is not fear, though I think you and I should be aware: A collapse is coming, one…

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Switch!

+ The truth is that the curtness of the Commandments is an evidence, not of the gloom and narrowness of a religion but of its liberality and humanity. It is shorter to state the things forbidden than the things permitted precisely because most things are permitted and only a few things are forbidden. An optimist…

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Sunday Song

Oh man. I have been sick in bed, but I have no excuse for neglecting the blog so much. I am just a jerk! Here’s a song I like… Katy Perry – Fireworkcatchyyyyyyyyyyyyyy… Oh man, oops on the two dudes making out in this. No thank you. Copyrighted under Creative Commons for Kevin Johnston 2011…

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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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