Tag Archives: Economy

Venezuela, A Pariah Of Oppression

     Actual socialism doesn’t work, not even in Venezuela, so they’ve embraced… money laundering, schemes to get around sanctions, graft, and criminal cartels!   Yet they still have gas shortages.      While some nations like the U.S. are standing up against Venezuela’s … Continue reading

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So They Say They Want A Revolution…

     Unless you’ve been blissfully unaware of the news recently, then you likely know about the autonomous anarchist commune that has been declared in a part of Seattle (apparently in a bid to out-Commie Portland), and have declared independence (while remaining … Continue reading

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The Wokeness of Spreading Coronavirus via Riots

     Quite a few people have noticed that many people who were dead set on lockdowns until some cure is found are now championing the protests turned riots. There are plenty of people who have been consistent, with those who believe … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: Is There A Case for Private Property?

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      With the increased calls from some quarters to nationalize and centralize anything and everything healthcare related due to … Continue reading

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American Innovation In The Age Of Quarantine

     What’s a business, like a strip club, to do when it’s declared a non-essential service?      Become an essential service… while still staying true to it’s core business model. Strippers staff 'Boober Eats' delivery service during coronavirus lockdown https://t.co/2umJn0rgzD pic.twitter.com/PqKlBu6m0c — … Continue reading

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In This Crisis, We Need The Free Market Now More Than Ever

     The stock market crashing, people being laid off, and small businesses shuttering for good. The measures needed to combat the COVID-19 Xinnie the Flu’s Wuhan Bat Soup Death Plague Bio-Weapon of Doom (with Sprinkles*) have caused massive economic damage—and a … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Economic Crisis

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      With the increasingly more personal and less abstract question of the impact of the Corona Virus on the … Continue reading

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Venezuela: Brand New Decade; Same Old Tyranny

     The decade of the 2010s certainly seemed to close on a twinkling of hope for Venezuela. Spain ordered the extradition of Venezuela’s Ex-Intelligene chief to the U.S., while Maduro’s brother tyrant, Evo Morales, fled Bolivia after he was caught rigging … Continue reading

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Quick Takes – South Africa: Cops as Criminals; Turn Out the Light; Buddy, Can You Spare a Rand?

     Another “quick takes” on items where there is too little to say to make a complete article, but is still important enough to comment on.      The focus this time: Say “Good Night”, South Africa      First, a little mood music:      Carrying … Continue reading

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Firing Line Friday: The Economics and Politics of Race

     In the hopes of encouraging a more civil, and illuminating, discourse, here is another episode of William F. Buckley, Jr.’s “Firing Line”.      The question of racism and who is to blame for racial inequality is an old one. When one … Continue reading

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