If You Want Solutions, First Pin Down Where the Money Is Going

Will the U.S. default? Is it really possible?

Get Ready For Accelerating Devaluation of All Fiat Currencies

The Effects of Freezing the Balance Sheet

Get Ready For Accelerating Devaluation of All Fiat Currencies

FHA insured loans now cross a giant tipping point

Is the US Approaching the End of an Economic Growth Spurt?

Seven Days in May and the Coming Crash of the Chinese Economy

50 Things Every American Should Know About The Collapse Of The Economy

Unemployment Benefits Face Duration Cuts In Multiple States

If we are to be mothered, mother must know best. . . . In every age the men who want us under their thumb, if they have any sense, will put forward the particular pretension which the hopes and fears of that age render most potent. They 'cash in.' It has been magic, it has been Christianity. Now it will certainly be science. . . . Let us not be deceived by phrases about 'Man taking charge of his own destiny.' All that can really happen is that some men will take charge of the destiny of others. . . . The more completely we are planned the more powerful they will be. -- C.S. Lewis, "Is Progress Possible? Willing Slaves of the Welfare State."

Do Musicians Have More Developed Brains?

Teaching Americans to obey their leaders

Scare Tactics: How to kill the Medicare debate

The Legal Nanny State and America’s Cultural Devolution

Another example of pre-EPA gas mileage marketing

A very important point.

Father of student demanding to debate Michele Bachmann is a HuffPo stooge

Randy Savage: November 15, 1952 – May 20, 2011

Shearing several million dollars from the hides of the sheeple for voracious, big-spending state and local governments

Video: Who the hell is Tim Pawlenty?

Who can endure a doctrine which would allow only dentists to say whether our teeth were aching, only cobblers to say whether our shoes hurt us, and only governments to tell us whether we were being well governed? -- C.S. Lewis

Conservative commenters picking on a little girl?

Send Congress home

You Mean the IMF Doesn't Stand for Impossible Mission Force?

Beck and O’Reilly vs. Hannity?

In Every Thing, Give Thanks To God

British royalty dined on human flesh

Decentralize Government

Gun Control

Gas Price Hypocrisy

Bored to Death in Afghanistan (and Washington)

It is by human avarice or human stupidity, not by the churlishness of nature, that we have poverty and overwork. -- C.S. Lewis

The Price of Propriety

The Few

OK, Krugman really is a mercantilist

Lawmakers largely silent on war powers authority in Libya

First Egypt ... Now Spain?

States Seek to Escape Rising Prison Costs

The Spy Who Bilked Me: Meet Bush's War Profiteering Chief Bin Laden Hunter

Herman Cain Blunders on Palestinian 'Right of Return'

The Kid and the Benevolent Bully

'Smacks of Dictatorship'

I fully embrace the maxim (which . . . borrows from a Christian) that 'all power corrupts.' I would go further. The loftier the pretensions of the power, the more meddlesome, inhuman, and oppressive it will be. Theocracy is the worst of all possible governments. All political power is at best a necessary evil: but it is least evil when its sanctions are most modest and commonplace, when it claims no more than to be useful or convenient and sets itself strictly limited objectives. Anything transcendental or spiritual, or even anything very strongly ethical, in its pretensions is dangerous and encourages it to meddle with our private lives. Let the shoemaker stick to his last. Thus the Renaissance doctrine of Divine Right is for me a corruption of monarchy; Rousseau’s General Will, of democracy; racial mysticisms, of nationality. And Theocracy, I admit and even insist, is the worst corruption of all. -- C.S. Lewis, "The World's Last Night."

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