Never Fear, Incompetence Is Here!

No matter how much power the state is given in the economy, I don’t ever fear too much. Sure, we are heading off an economic cliff that is sure to happen within my lifetime, but the incompetence of these people means that their control of us will always be somewhat limited: Smart people can’t get…

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The Smartest President We’ve Ever Had…

was a constitutional law professor. Yet he doesn’t understand the Constitution, acts as if it should mean what he wishes it to mean when he wishes it, and whines like a child when he does not get his way. Take Lochner, for example (one of my favorite SCOTUS cases). Obama’s words (in bold) in 2005…

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What the Government Wants, It Will Eventually Get

It took me almost 26 years, but I learned yesterday after hearing about CISPA, the replacement for SOPA, that it is only a matter of time, when the government sets its sights on regulating or controlling something, until the thing will be controlled. This one is worse, and has recieved almost no attention yet… The…

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Curses on the House of the Bernank

Scrutiny of the Federal Reserve has been steadily increasing since Ron Paul started talking about the closing of the gold window in 1973. Though there is little chance that Paul will win any forthcoming candidacies, his legacy as the man who single-handedly brought the Federal Reserve into the light (the best disinfectant) is unmatched by…

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High-Functioning Sociopathy

Wednesday, I thought I had found the column of the year (thus far), at The Beacon. I was wrong, disproved only a day later. Doug Casey’s column yesterday, touching on the sociopathy of politicians (that is tagged here every time a politician is mentioned), deconstructs the entirety of the state apparatus and those who are…

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