Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Problem of Stored Vaule

From the typical leftist viewpoint capital is evil because it exploits the worker. But, Marxism, and socialism in general, never solved the problem of stored value. From the left, capital is the stored value of labor. Since the entrepreneur is … Continue reading

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Your Society is Doomed

“When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion–when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing–when you see that money is flowing to those who deal, … Continue reading

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Is This Our American Life?

To every good joke there are two essential elements: tragedy, and the fool.

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Language

The man who insists that language conform to his own vision of reality denies himself the ability to perceive reality. The man who uses language to communicate with his fellow man increases understanding for himself and those around him.

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802 Days Without a Budget and Gridlock in DC

I don’t know what else to suggest. We have gridlock in Washington and daily the probability of doing nothing at all is rising. Other developments in the political realm are leading me to seriously distrust everything the current administration says … Continue reading

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No News Is Not Good News in Egypt

Has anyone else noticed the deafening silence in the mainstream press on Egypt? Well, I’ve looked at some of the regional news sources (stuff like Al Jazeera & the Times of Cairo). They are still protesting and the army has … Continue reading

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Pure Democracy Equals Pure Oppression

Among our citizens today the concept of democracy is quite often raised in defense of the actions of our current government. If we are to accept the Constitution as the basis and model of our government we must understand exactly … Continue reading

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Reading List: How to understand what’s going on in Washington

Most of us don’t have the kind of time it takes to keep up with and analyze all the news and events going on in Washington D.C. these days. Here is a short reading list that will help you understand: … Continue reading

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Laws are not supreme.

Laws are not supreme. The unalienable rights of man, the integrity of honest men, and the freedom of our citizens is supreme over laws capriciously enacted and selectively enforced.

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More Economic Propaganda from Geithner

According to the Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/30/tim-geithner-14th-amendment_n_887925.html) Treasury Secretary Geithner believes Obama can ignore the Debt Ceiling. Normally I don’t trust the HuffPost as far as I can throw their office building, but Geithner really did say this and is pushing … Continue reading

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