Monthly Archives: November 2010

Scandinavian Socialism vs. Liberty

As some (or, perhaps, most) may know, I am a strongly convicted, true believing, Patrick Henry “Give me liberty or give me death” big-L Libertarian.  I know full well that despite any flaws a small government free market economy brings, … Continue reading

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Governor-elect Scott Walker is a douche, but still correct on blocking high-speed rail

Since the election of Republican Scott Walker for Wisconsin Governor, the hot issue is what is going to happen with the proposed high-speed rail project from Madison to Milwaukee that $810 million in federal stimulus funding would create.  One of Walker’s … Continue reading

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Paul J. Zak and “Thought of the Day”

Markets depend on, and promote, virtue. Continue reading

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Will the new Republicans contain spending? Doubt it.

It is fairly certain that the people have knocked the Democrats down a few notches in the recent midterm elections partially due to lack of satisfaction of our runaway budget.   But just how effective have the Republicans been in … Continue reading

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Lawrence H. White: Cleverly Explaining Market “Boom & Bust”

It is understood that this video series may be a little technical.  Lawrence H. White does a great job explaining the business cycle.

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Puzzler of the Day…

Assuming both surgeons are competent and considered “the best” by their peers, which surgeon would you pick? Continue reading

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Faulty Logic – You Hear it Everyday

Contradictions do not exist. Continue reading

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