Month: July 2013

National Review:Obamacare Call Center Will Not Offer Health-Care Benefits to Employees

  [John: Want proof that Obamacare is a train wreck? See the article below which talks about the Obamacare Call Center itself deciding not to offer healthcare, which was different from the original intention, due to a “comedy of errors.”]

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Arguing for Intrinsic, Objective Value and Moral Markets

This post will argue for intrinsic and objective value, but that is not to say that I don’t acknowledge subjective value. Both exist, but objective or intrinsic value is the superior choice for market morality and efficiency. This discussion grew

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Anarchism is American

  Tom Wood’s Liberty Classroom is a great place to learn about the not so politically correct history of America. For example he covers why nullification and secession are perfectly legitimate principles which our founders intended and were unconstitutionally assaulted

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Rand Paul Demonstrates Modern Conservative Unity is Possible

Rand Paul recently introduced a bill to cut billions of dollars of foreign aid to Egypt. His actions are exemplary of what might be ideologically described as libertarian conservatism and what might be historically described as post-neoconservatism because they certainly

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What Does the Bible Say About Competition?

Competition is a key economic concept. As we study Caeconomics, which is decision theory from the economic point of view, presuming that Christianity is true, but realizing that every person must interpret Christianity on a personal level, let’s see what

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American Thinker:The Mind-Boggling Implications of a Bitcoin Economy

American Thinker – July 21, 2013 – Robert Berry Just when we thought we had seen the last great innovation of our age, something new appears.  Like the internet that came before, an obscure open-source computer protocol is poised to

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11 Ways to Explode Online Influence

1 Write well and often. Many people will recommend 500 words per article, 5-7 days per week. You must be consistent about this to build momentum. Traffic builds along an exponential curve in my experience. Miss a few days and

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Paul Krugman, and Keynesianism in General, Weaken Economies

A comment I left on a friend’s Facebook, commenting on a picture and quote he shared of Paul Krugman: [Paul Krugman] is a Keynesian. The ‘bad economic doctrine’ he is referring to is free market economics, which is good economic

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Vandivier Organizational Axiom

“Larger organizations have simpler goals while smaller organizations have more diverse goals.” Or, more rigorously: “Ceteris paribus, an organization with one less goal will never have a lesser number of potential members, where a potential member is defined as someone

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Zimmerman Ruling Good for America

Fox news and others report that Zimmerman was found not guilty for second degree murder, as well as not guilty for manslaughter. This strengthens case law for self defense, improves America’s stance on individual liberty, continues the tradition of innocent

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