Limbaugh’s 'Big Lie' Strategy by Thomas DiLorenzo →
The Law of Decay →
Rarely do the laws of physics or any hard science pertain to economics, but in this case, the Law of Decay most certainly does.
The Forgotten Man - William Graham Sumner - Mises... →
A and B put their heads together to decide what C shall be made to do for D.
Market Failure or Government Intervention?
When you hear a pundit talk about “market failure” it inevitably means just the opposite. Governmental failure. Market Failure or Government Intervention?. View Post shared via WordPress.com
Market Failure or Government Intervention? →
When you hear a pundit talk about “market failure” it inevitably means just the opposite. Governmental failure.
What is to Be Done →
Politicians are not the class of people anyone should trust with the destiny of a people or their culture. It must come from the electorate themselves. The elected official is merely a refection of the constituency that put him or her in office.
Elections Do Have Consequences →
An Interview with Ron Paul
I have created an animated interview where Congressman Ron Paul explains how the economy really works…. <Workers and Wages by bmac6446 on GoAnimate Video Maker – Powered by GoAnimate. Workers and Wages Part 2 by bmac6446 on GoAnimate Animated… View Post shared via WordPress.com
A Pro-Free-Market Program for Economic Recovery →
A Pro-Free-Market Program for Economic Recovery →
Here is something worth reading….
The Arab Spring Becomes a Western Winter by Andrew... →
The Arab Spring has become the Western Winter, brought about by two American presidents who thought they could kill without moral justification or painful consequence. We should come home from these barbaric places and leave them alone. We should trade with them, since they want to buy our iPads and washing machines and blue jeans, but let them run their own governments.
"Organized Crime: The Unvarnished Truth About... →
iambinarymind: FREE PDF DOWNLOAD Politics and thieves, coercion and regulation, fascism and the Fed, centralization and liberty, workers and unions, trade and freedom, free-market achievements and government disasters in American history—this book covers it all! Organized Crime collection of essays in the tradition of Austrian political economy—a combination of applied economics and the...
The State of Economic Freedom: Interview with... →
The U.S. falls to 18th in world ranking of economic freedom.
The Economic Ignorance of Banning Corporate... →
My latest blog……
ronpaulproblems: It really is that simple, people.
Just because a couple people on the Supreme Court declare something to be...– Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) #nope #that’s pretty much what it does (via agent355) So……….did he skip Civics or……..? (via kyssthis16) Someone needs a dictionary. (via dolphinsuspicious) This guy is laughably stupid. Like straight up stupid in the most literal definition of the term. (via...
My next blog "Obamacare Redux" →
The End of Health Insurance as We Knew It
The End of Health Insurance as We Knew It The recent SCOTUS decision on Obamacare means the end for the health insurance companies. What a claim! How can I say this? It’s cheaper to pay the annual penalty, now called a tax by SCOTUS, than pay for expensive insurance coverage. The “pre-existing condition” clause means no matter how severely ill someone is, you can wait and...
Policing for Profit: 'I Absolutely Would Not... →
You say we’re not in a police state? Sure.
One inmate currently at Guantanamo was waterboarded 83 times. Was that because...– Jacob Hornberger, “Torture and the Innocent” (via hipsterlibertarian)
The Income Tax: The Root of all Evil
I recently finished a classic book written by a prolific thinker of the 1950’s in America called The Income Tax: Root of All Evil by Frank Chodorov. I found the free epub version at Mises.org (http://mises.org/document/990) after reading an excerpt of it on LewRockwell.com (http://www.lewrockwell.com/chodorov/chodorov10.html) entitled “Taxation is Robbery”. I must say, I was...
The transition from partial to complete socialism, from the New Deal to...
Thinking About Economics: It’s more than just... →
Economics in One Lesson →
A great discussion with the greatest thinkers in Austrian economics today.
How to be a Crook →
Government Bonds and Bondage by Gary North →
I Wouldn’t Hire Ron Paul… by Charles Goyette →
Psssst.... It's Still About a Buck a Gallon →
Let Us Reason Blog →
The Costs of War: America's Pyrrhic Victories by... →
This book is one of the most significant ever written by Denson. It contains essays that have been turned into major movies and documentaries, and influenced politics in ways no one could have expected. The thesis in brief: the warfare stat is as great or greater threat to liberty than the welfare state. Lovers of freedom need to focus their energies in favor of peace and against war. Further,...
Libertarianism and War →
In the second lecture in the “Exploring Liberty” series, Christopher A. Preble, the author of The Power Problem: How American Military Dominance Makes Us Less Safe, Less Prosperous, and Less Free, gives an introduction to how American libertarians have historically felt about wars and military intervention abroad.
Why Do Intellectuals Oppose Capitalism? →
Robert Nozick’s classic paper.