The Supreme Court has the opportunity to expand freedom and rectify some previous damage. Let’s hope they seize it.
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If left alone, the “unconventional” energy sector can solve more problems than most people can even imagine, including me.
The shrinking being experienced by the mass print media isn’t just being fueled by declining revenues, but by its continuing loss of credibility. Justice may be slow but it is sweet.
This is the problem every surveillance state must solve: who sorts the data? Where will they come from? Who will pay for it? Who will put up with it?
I don’t think it’s possible to make too much of this: capitalism, real capitalism, is making a revival, first in perception, then in reality. The momentum could carry over to the next two generations at least.
Ailes continues to spout the party line: McCarthy was bad, bad, bad.
My life purpose and passion is from Ephesians 5:11: “Have nothing to do with the deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.” One of the greatest “deeds of darkness” is the deceit that is Social Security. Here’s an updated definition from Gary North.
I consider the $9.95 monthly dues that I pay to subscribe to Gary North’s newsletter one of the great bargains of our time.
Stockman has a grasp of economic reality. Anderson has a grasp of Austrian economic theory. Together they have produced a simple yet unnerving view of the near future.
I’m not going to see the movie. I decided that when I first read Tom DiLorenzo’s comments on it. Kushner just confirmed my decision to stay home and do something useful instead.