Monthly Archives: March 2021

Broken Notes and References

After having a terrible day due to technology, I found myself without an article. Instead I found myself with a few broken notes and references. (1) I had slipped off a step when I was stepping out of a vehicle … Continue reading

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Biden’s Rescue Plan Won’t Reduce Poverty (reblog)

Adapting to economic realities and making better cultural decisions helps people more than government, why can’t we find a politician to tell people to get their heads out of their asses? Answer: That would be a job killer for a … Continue reading

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Sometimes The Sewer Is Full Of Shit

Overhearing depressing news during discussions isn’t new news, but it is something that is worth remembering. I heard the same complaints from a notable commentator; Ben Shapiro. It must be said that I am not a huge fan of his. … Continue reading

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Money Isn’t Neutral: Why Economic Stabilization Schemes Are Counterproductive (Reblog)

The vast majority of our governments economic actions end up trickery that screws us in the long term. They seem to create losers and make the winners their dependent/leech political creatures. —————————————>>>>>>>>>___________________________________ Frank Shostak Mises Wire For most commentators economic … Continue reading

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The Matters W/ Matt: A Cheat, A Liar, No Man’s Desire

Every Wednesday: I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and … Continue reading

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Socialism Kills Your Sex Life (Reblog)

Although I thought the article was a bit off in spots, I think the only reason women in communist/socialist areas would report a sunny side up view of anything is that they were expected to. A default answer of sorts. … Continue reading

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Our Government’s Continual Bedroom Crashing Expedition

I was poking around in various historical blurbs when I was waiting to do something at work. I noticed something interesting: The Edmunds Act was signed on March 23, 1882. This doesn’t mean that much until you dig into it. … Continue reading

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The Great Hypocrisy of Right-Wingers Claiming ‘Cancel Culture’ (reblog)

I used to read The Nation on occasion when I was in the navy. This article reminds me of the PMRC, Lynchburg VA baptists, and the Satanic Panic. I remember their end of what could be considered “cancelling”. Just be … Continue reading

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The “UnEasy” Feeling You Won’t Admit To

Over time I notice myself scan over rooms, it doesnt matter if it is a gym, restaurant, or meeting room. I have been told somewhat reliably that it is normal for certain people to make short eye contact with people … Continue reading

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State Preemptions of Local Government Are a Bad Thing. Even When Ron DeSantis Does It. (Reblog)

Governing on the smallest level possible makes more sense to me. Im not a kook anarchist but I think that the smallest level is often the one that adjusts best to the governed. (The fine people of NYC don’t need … Continue reading

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