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U.S. HistoryMoney Supply
With negative growth now dipping below –5 percent, money-supply contraction is approaching the biggest declines we've seen in the past thirty-five years.
Money and BanksU.S. History
As sales and price growth slow, the real estate industry is betting everything on a return to easy money. In 2023, it's become the very foundation of their "market."
All of Al Gore's children went to Harvard. Are we really to believe that this is because the Gore kids had the most "merit"? The only real meritocracy is in the marketplace.
U.S. HistoryWorld History
There is no denying the awful history of slavery in the Western Hemisphere. However, to better understand its legacy, we must rely on truth, not myths.
The foreign policy "elites" have been wrong about regime change, sanctions, "the lesson of Munich," a "rules-based order," and pretty much everything else.
The answer lies not in doubling down on political unity, maintained through endless violence or threats of violence. Rather, the answer lies in peaceful separation.
Thanks to copyright laws, the estate of Roald Dahl can not only rewrite his books, but can also essentially outlaw the old versions. Only books in the public domain are safe from this.
Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History
Opponents of secession say secession is wrong if some people in the population don't want it and say they will be worse off. The American revolutionaries disagreed and seceded anyway.
The authors of the Federalist Papers claimed a strong central government was needed because republics are prone to "anarchy." The Dutch and Swiss examples show they were wrong.
Judge Andrew Napolitano looks at the history of government and race relations in our nation's history. It's not a pleasant or uplifting story.