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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Assets Hidden in Plain Sight

If I Were a Teacher

Hoovervilles: 1932 Do-Nothing Economics

Austrian economics. The principles stand the test of time and students need to be warned. Mises. Rothbard. I would love to live in Berkeley - University of California at Berkeley.

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Thursday, March 10, 2011


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

balanced budget

not necessarily a solution without more -

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More than 200
House members and 50 senators have co-sponsored a balanced budget
amendment to our Constitution. A balanced budget amendment is no
protection against the growth of government and the loss of our
liberties. Estimated federal tax revenue for 2011 is $2.2 trillion
and federal spending is $3.8 trillion leaving us with a $1.6 trillion
deficit. The budget could be balanced simply by taking more of our
earnings, making us greater congressional serfs. True protection
requires an amendment limiting congressional spending.

When Will Neocons Stop Finding Enemies

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"On to
Libya! Down with the Tyrant of Tripoli!" That’s the latest
hue and cry from North America’s lynch mob of right wingers, jingoistic
media, and neoconservative jackals. Once again there’s talk of war
against a small, almost defenseless nation that can’t seriously
fight back. What Imperial Britain used to call, "a jolly little


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