Government Ponzi Starts Going Exponential « Monty Pelerins World

Posted June 30, 2010 by unclebuck941
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Follow the links in this article to see how much trouble the U. S. is in.

Government Ponzi Starts Going Exponential « Monty Pelerins World.

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A Big Step on The Road to Ruin « Monty Pelerin’s World

Posted June 27, 2010 by unclebuck941
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An interesting take on the recently passed financial regulations.

A Big Step on The Road to Ruin « Monty Pelerin’s World.

VERY IMPORTANT – Why We Will Continue to Decline « Monty Pelerins World

Posted June 27, 2010 by unclebuck941
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Below is a link to a blog that we found. I really can’t add anything to this article.

VERY IMPORTANT – Why We Will Continue to Decline « Monty Pelerins World.

Criminal charges for Gulf explosion, why? — The American, A Magazine of Ideas

Posted June 5, 2010 by unclebuck941
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Is anyone wondering why the Obama administration is now looking at criminal charges before the Gulf of Mexico oil leak has been stopped? Apparently the price for fairness in this matter is higher than the million $+- that BP contributed to Obama’s campaign.

Established businesses generally like a stable political climate regardless of the form, however,  communist or socialist governments are more useful at limiting competition, therefore, a favorite of established business. The only question is what is the price.

If you consider starting a competitive business you will find the regulations over whelming. These regulations are erected to keep out competition, not protect consumers, you may be able to raise the necessary capital to start and run the business, but the bureaucratic hurdles are designed to make you think twice before starting a competing business. Look at the article from the American Magazine about what Washington DC is doing.

How Washington Just Worsened the Gulf Oil Spill — The American, A Magazine of Ideas.

Can anyone imagine George Washington, Samuel Adams, Ben Franklin, et. al. taking money from a group to pass laws favorable to limitation of competition?

If you read the Declaration of Independence and the original U. S. Constitution you will note that these documents refer to individuals rather than fictious beings (corporations).

Going “green”

Posted May 30, 2010 by unclebuck941
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This article and some of the comments are very good.  They expose some of the beliefs (as opposed to facts) of a certain movement. Enjoy the article, John Stossel is always a good read.

John Stossel: Going “green” | Washington Examiner.

Obama’s Education Plan Against Parental School Choice | FreedomWorks

Posted May 10, 2010 by unclebuck941
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Here is an interesting program based on the failed policies of the past. This is Federal government interference in government schools. As the article states involvement of the Fed’s since 1965 has produced no appreciable results.

Obama’s Education Plan Against Parental School Choice | FreedomWorks.

What 1946 Can Tell Us About 2010

Posted April 6, 2010 by unclebuck941
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Here is some very interesting statistics about the end of WWII and a comparison with our current economy and political enviroment. Click onto the article from The American, A Magazine of Ideas

What 1946 Can Tell Us About 2010 — The American, A Magazine of Ideas.