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14 October 2012 0 Comments

Ideas Matter: Words Matter: Bourgeois Morality and Public Rhetoric

  I haven’t read this book but I am familiar with the central importance and necessity of the “bourgeoisie” in economic growth and political freedom.  Morality Matters: what we believe matters, and what we say matters. Hollywood, the Media, Academi, and the Marxist Left from George Bernard Shaw to Meryl Streep,  relentlessly, indirectly, subtly, stealthily,sabotages […]

14 October 2012 0 Comments

Vanatua Joins the World Trade Organization – #147

  Vanuatu, an island of about a quarter mile east of Australia , joins the World Trade Organization READ MORE WTO Press Release 22 August 2012   READ MORE about VANUATU CIA World Fact Book

13 October 2012 0 Comments

Russia Joins the World Trade Organization – Free Trade Except with US – JacksonVanik

Russia Joins the World Trade Organization CATO@Liberty blog  brings this informative news that seems to be well below the radar. Free Trade will almost certainly raise the standard of living for the Russian people; Free Trade will likely mean that some State Protected businesses will lose out as more competition and choices brought on by […]

11 October 2012 0 Comments

1945 Lower Taxer More Opportunities – Growth !

What happened after the War? World War II, The Civil War? Lower Taxes, More Opportunities for Free People in a Free Market, Growth and  Higher Standard of Living. READ MORE Burt Folsom 23 August 2012 What Hope for the College Generation?  

11 October 2012 0 Comments

Tax Fairness – Plutocracy; Tax Fairness – A Sophisticated Libertarian Analysis – Stephen Moore

TaxProf Blog brings this tax fairness analysis to our attention. The Marxist Alinsky mantra is “Have Nots vs Haves” also that there is a systemic, and profoundly unfair distribution of wealth favoring “the Rich”, Plutocrats who rapaciously and greedily exploit and plunder the “working stiff” common man. “Social Justice” requires the government, in its virtue […]

10 October 2012 0 Comments

Free Markets v Free Medicine –

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is presented as “free” health care.  In other words the government forces taxpayers to subsidize governmental institutions to deliver health care. At some level, PPACA promises to turn the cost curve downward. Free Market advocates say that free markets can provide more health care to more people at an […]

9 October 2012 0 Comments

Not All Catholics Are Communists Part 2- Tim Shaughnessy CatholicVote.Org

Thanks to the wonder of the Internet I found Catholic Vote.Org and Tim Shaughnessy An American Catholic challenges the collectivist, socialist, “Social Justice”  statement, which sounds more like Democratic Party Talking Points,  than the Biblical teachings, of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Labor Day 2012 Statement Placing Work and Workers at the Center […]

8 October 2012 0 Comments

Not All Catholics Are Communists Part 1- St. Maximillian Kolbe -Catholic Vote.Org

Government coerced redistribution of the wealth will not reduce income inequality; it reduces income retention. Catholic Vote’s Tim Shaughnessy (15 August 2012):St. Maximilian Kolbe on income distribution . Tim Shaughnessy links to Steven Horwitz video’s down to earth explanation of the myth of income inequality in America. 3.5 minutes Mr. Horwitz is, probably, not Catholic. […]

2 October 2012 0 Comments

Gibson Guitar Part 2- Kim Strassel – Federal Overreach – The Leviathan and the Anti-Capitalists

The Gibson Assault, The brilliant WSJ Free Market,  Kim Strassel on the Obama administration’s shakedown of Gibson Guitar. 8/8/2012 Unions, anti-capitalist Environmentalists, Protectionists expand Lacy Law. Listen More  VIDEO 5 minutes.          

29 September 2012 0 Comments

Gold – More – Going to $2000?

There seems to be some reasons to think that price of Gold rises as world economies weaken. $2,000 Gold Will Soon Kickstart Mining Shares: Michael Fowler  Saturday, 18 August 2012  Zig Lambo of The Gold Report “Gold essentially reacts to monetary liquidity and to the concept of depreciating currencies around the world. Looking at gold […]