The Post-Western World

A National Debt Of $14 Trillion? Try $211 Trillion

Why Is America Committing Suicide?

The Fiat Dollar & Debt Democracy Experiments Have Failed

China rips U.S. on debt-rating downgrade

When Risk-Free Becomes Risk-Certain

As housing crisis festers, mortgage servicers spend $8 million on political contributions

Why Is the Stock Market Plunging?

Another attempt at a VAT and assorted other taxes ... the heavy assault on your money

Home Ownership Reaches Lowest Level in 46 Years

Humanity's most valuable assets have been the non-conformists. Were it not for the non-conformists, he who refuses to be satisfied to go along with the continuance of things as they are, and insists upon attempting to find new ways of bettering things, the world would have known little progress, indeed. -- Josiah William Gitt

Outright Farce

The Debt Ceiling Deal From Hell

In Case You Never Really Knew What the Fairness Doctrine was all About…

Harry Reid Has The Gall To Call For Higher Taxes

Reformers Become Hacks (Grassroots)

Okay, So An Economist Went Into a Bar…

In Soviet Russia, Police Burgle YOU!

Record number of Americans disapprove of Congress

Union Bosses Create Fake “Identity Theft” Awareness Program to Discourage Petition Drives

Obama “Disappoint-Mints” Pulled from UT Bookstore Shelves

How does something immoral, when done privately, become moral when it is done collectively? Furthermore, does legality establish morality? Slavery was legal; apartheid is legal; Stalinist, Nazi, and Maoist urges were legal. Clearly, the fact of legality does not justify these crimes. Legality, alone, cannot be the talisman of moral people. -- Walter E. Williams

As The Details Worsen, 'Fast and Furious' Becomes Dem. Party's Trip To Jonestown

Downgrading America

Hour Of Need

Wildlands Project in Full Swing

He Lies Like A Rug

What Would James Madison Say About Our Legal Code?

The New World Order Begins

Slouching Toward Guatamala

Peering Into the Portfolio Pit

Now that's what I call "Distance Learning"

What a stupendous, what an incomprehensible machine is man! Who can endure toil, famine, stripes, imprisonment & death itself in vindication of his own liberty, and the next moment ... inflict on his fellow men a bondage, one hour of which is fraught with more misery than ages of that which he rose in rebellion to oppose. -- Thomas Jefferson

More war-gaming in our cities

"You cannot have everybody in the city doing what they want"

Lawyers, Guns And Money, The Stuff Has Hit The Fan

Obama’s Council of Corporate Kingpins: “Prosperity for the American People”?

Call to action: Stop the police cyber-state

Just when you thought Al Gore could not get any nuttier…………….

The Debt Limit Is Raised...what's next?

Part of the Plan?: As The International Baccalaureate Expands Across US as More Students Failing to Meet Standards

Lieberman Says U.S. Should Cut Social Security To Pay For Fighting 'Islamist Extremists'

Seig Heil to the Nazis in Fullerton

Misleading Words

Even more significant of the inherent weakness of the collectivist theories is the extraordinary paradox that from the assertion that society is in some sense more than merely the aggregate of all individuals their adherents regularly pass by a sort of intellectual somersault to the thesis that in order that the coherence of this larger entity be safeguarded it must be subjected to conscious control, that is, to the control of what in the last resort must be an individual mind. It thus comes about that in practice it is regularly the theoretical collectivist who extols individual reason and demands that all forces of society be made subject to the direction of a single mastermind, while it is the individualist who recognizes the limitations of the powers of individual reason and consequently advocates freedom as a means for the fullest development of the powers of the interindividual process. -- F.A. Hayek

  • http://www.sentryjournal.com/ John Carey

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