Day: November 15, 2017

Seems Legit

One of many running jokes or memes on the internet is ‘seems legit.’ You take a picture of something, like the image above on the left, and play to the apparent horror of accepting what it says without fear of consequence. What could go wrong? Which made me think of liberals, so I added the …

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That’s all that’s really needed – the single thread to be pulled

It’s about time that the DC Republican Congresstwits got a bit smarter! Reformated, emphasis mine:  Senate GOP Tax Plan to Include Repeal of Health Law Individual Mandate GOP leaders have been cautious about bogging down the tax bill with controversial health-care provisions, but have been suggesting they could include the repeal because it would generate …

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Notable Quote – Patrick McLaughlin, Matt Mitchell, Anne Philpot

Occupational licensing is ostensibly intended to protect the public from unsafe and low-quality service, but there is little evidence this intention is realized. Rather, there is a growing consensus among economists that these rules serve to protect incumbent providers from competition by creating barriers for new entrants that lead to higher prices for consumers. – …

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“The Rise of Socialism is Absurd”

Given that Millennials are seemingly on a death match towards embracing Socialism, a word from a very, very wise Economics Nobel Prize winner is applicable: It isn’t about the economic system; it IS about human nature. (H/T:

And Progressives actually think people read their signs…

And this is why Progressivism / Socialism / Communism will never work. They believe they can (and should) “evolve” the rest of us to their standards to the point of ignoring the real nature ofhuman nature.  They can’t accept they don’t know enough (without government coercion) how to do so and ignore it when others …

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