The establishment of something called “citizenship” has done more historically to exclude and marginalize people than to secure individual liberties. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2017/08/rohingya-muslims-170831065142812.html
This is from June, but I’ve been on a John McWhorter kick as of late: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/06/a-columbia-professors-critique-of-campus-politics/532335/
I finally got around to reading the James Damore memo. This discussion is important, at least from an evolutionary biology perspective. Read the uncensored document below.
I’m no monetary economist… but look at the monetary base leading up to the 2008 recession, and then look at the monetary base since.
Thomas Massie was the lone Representative voting against the reauthorization of the Iran Sanctions Act of 1996 today… even Rand Paul voted yea. Good for Bernie abstaining. Roll call http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/congress-alert/2016/december/01/senate-extends-idiotic-iran-sanctions-by-99-0-vote/
Calls out Santorum right to his face: When Ron Paul Called Rick Santorum Fake
10,000 victims of Castro… and the left celebrates. 5 facts about Castro, from the Acton Institute
Unless the almighty government steps in to make it illegal, or at least limits the ability, to open retail doors on Thanksgiving, the market is going to decide which stores are open and which are closed. Here are some stores that are open and those that are openly closed today. Open Bass Pro Shops Bealls Belk… Read More »
Given the political climate in the country surrounding such topics as protectionism and immigration, among others, I thought it would suit the listener to focus on these very issues in the coming weeks. After Economics in One Lesson, we’ll tackle a short article by Murray Rothbard on protectionism, followed by an issue of the Journal of Libertarian… Read More »