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Resist the Unique Patient Identifier!

HealthThe Police State

Blog11/02/2021

Medical identifiers would make it impossible to ensure confidentiality of medical records. The result will be a medical caste system.

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Why China's Property Bubble Is a Big Deal

Blog11/02/2021

China’s real estate problems are three: the massive size of the sector, its excessive leverage, and the amount of developer debt in the hands of average households and retail investors.

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The Great Reset, Part VI: Plans of a Technocratic Elite

PlanningThe Police State

Blog11/02/2021

The cozy relationship between multinational corporations and governments has aroused the scorn of a few left-leaning critics. They note that the governance model of the World Economic Forum represents at least the partial privatization of the UN’s Agenda 2030, with the WEF bringing corporate...

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The Federal Reserve’s Assault on Savers Continues

Money and Banks

Blog11/01/2021

Any economist should have been able to see that having the monetary spigot on full blast to “stimulate” would raise prices down the road.  We are now down that road.

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The Historical Origins of Modern American War Crimes

Book Reviews

Blog11/01/2021

In many ways, the American war crimes of Korea and Vietnam were a continuation of American military conduct in the Civil War and during the Indian wars. 

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Will Hungary and Poland be the Next Victims of US/EU Regime Change?

Blog11/01/2021

Not even the US’s ostensible allies can escape. NATO members Hungary and Poland were called "totalitarian regimes" by Biden because the two countries have run afoul of the West's ruling elite.

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Marxism versus Libertarianism: Two Types of Internationalism

Blog10/30/2021

Internationalism in the interpretation of libertarian philosophy and Marxist doctrine are two completely different concepts. One is a natural outcome of human cooperation. The other is pure myth. 

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Contract Rights Are Not the Same as Natural Rights

Book Reviews

Blog10/30/2021

Contracts are voidable and thoroughly changeable. They can be totally ignored with the consent of both parties. But natural rights are not like contracts and can't be abolished even with consent.

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