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Libertarian Nirvana, or how I realized Objectivism is a slippery slope to pointlessness


Many of my posts exists within a dialogue-debate between my siblings. Lately, I realized I’ve been posting few thoughts on this blog because they were all going into reply-comments on Facebook… So I’m going to try to post more of … Continue reading

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The Oil (Change) Cartel


I was reminding myself that I need to change the oil in my car today when it struck me what a pain in the ass it is – that is, how many millions of hours are wasted – taking cars … Continue reading

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Seeing Flows: Free-Markets, Parasitic Growth, Aquifer Depletion, and Income Inequality


Continued from this post, and, yes, all of these title concepts are tightly related… My suggestion for dealing with aquifer depletion is to develop canals that divert excessive water from the Mississippi and its tributaries (and maybe even the Great … Continue reading

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Ron Paul unzips his brain


Ron Paul: “And this idea that some group or some people should know what the proper amount of money should be is sort of presumptuous. You know… you know… I don’t know where they get this knowledge. And, uh, I … Continue reading

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