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Predatory Externalization

In the study of economics, we recognize the concept of externalization, wherein major actors in the economy will shift the costs and risks of their activities onto others. So, for example, air pollution shifts some of the costs of production … Continue reading

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No Other Motivation

Think it through: What produced the wealth of western countries? What is the one factor that separates them from all the countries that don’t have so much wealth? Greed — the worship of Mammon. Of course, it’s more than that, … Continue reading

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But It Will

The impeachment of Trump serves no valid practical purpose. If anything, things seem to be headed for political disaster for those who pressed for it. Instead of working to subvert Trump by backing him into corners and forcing him to … Continue reading

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Biblical Law of Preferences

The US federal apparatus is wholly owned by the globalists. They are the single greatest threat to the American people. Very few people have the stomach to actually get rid of them; it would require entirely too much bloodshed. What’s … Continue reading

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Lock `em Up — Missing the Point

I’m responding to this temper tantrum. I’ll summarize, so if it matters to you, then think deeply enough to see the connections. You may notice how the article points out that crime is rising, and that it was rising well … Continue reading

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On the Sidelines

I rather like this analysis of our civilization collapsing. I’m bookmarking Peter Turchin’s blog to see if I can endorse his work any further. But in this case, what he says is consistent with what I’ve been saying all along, … Continue reading

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Current News Review 06

Another idiotic professor opens his mouth. The only reasonable response to such people is obvious: If you don’t like supporting rural people, stop eating farm-raised food. Stop using any resources harvested from rural areas. Stop visiting wilderness parks. All of … Continue reading

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