Tag Archives: economy

THE VALUE OF SPEAKING UP

Most of the time we should be quiet and listen. Because we don’t know very much, very few of us have much say. Yet there are times when we should say something. What is funny is how often we have … Continue reading

Posted in 2015 Election, Delegate Bob Marshall, economy, Information Warfare, Laws, Philosophy | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 22 Comments

WHY WOULD A MAN HANG HIMSELF? — PART 3B

The image above is from the Cult of Reason.  Examples Of The Failure Of “Reason” Part B The post continues from WHY WOULD A MAN HANG HIMSELF? — PART 3A.  In Part 3A we considered how some, when their reasoning fails them, elevate … Continue reading

Posted in economy, Philosophy, religion | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

AN EXAMPLE OF A BIG FAT LIE

The Washington Post (more accurately The Compost) ran one of its pathetic hit jobs today. Did The Compost target a particular politician? No. Instead, furthering the cause of statism, they attacked the mortgage lending industry for a problem largely created by … Continue reading

Posted in economy, news media bias | Tagged , , , , | 7 Comments

SAUDI ARABIA IS A TRUSTED ALLY?

  Oil prices are dropping and Saudi Arabia is determined to maintain its market share. So Businessweek reported late in October. With the U.S. on track to become the world’s largest oil producer by next year, it’s become popular in Washington … Continue reading

Posted in economy | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

OF TWISTED WORDS => LIBERALISM ; REVISED A LITTLE BIT

With respect to politics, liberalism is an especially twisted word. As Wikipedia’s ambiguous article on Classical liberalism observes, the definition of Liberalism has shifted over time. Thus, that article sort of begins with the right idea. Classical liberalism is a … Continue reading

Posted in 2014 Election, Constitution, Culture War, economy, Information Warfare, Philosophy | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , ,