How "liberty perishes underneath government’s persistent pursuit of power." "It has become evident Washington now embodies the gravest threat to liberty. We must restore the vision of the founders before it is too late."
Listen to what she says: As various philosophers have taught us, when you are confronted with a tough argument, “always check the premises.” What follows is the unstated premise of Elizabeth Warren in the video above:
This from my buddy Fred in Florida: The response of the post office to their financial crisis really displays the difference between "government-think" and private enterprise. Faced with a financial crisis the government approach is this:
Caitlin fails to do an effective case study on wealth and liberalism while she waves a finger at Bill O’Brien because if she looked hard enough around the Granite State she would see the utter rank hypocrisy of leftists and their verbal articulation of progressive policies, while pursuing within their own personal lives a hard-core capitalist modus operandi that would make even Milton Friedman blush.
Filed under Capitalism – but could as well be filed under Humor! We certainly have been watching the unfolding events in Wisconsin – especially as the Democrat "fleebaggers" went to Illinois. Well, it looks like someone decided to capitalize on somebody else’s woes: Hey, capitalism is all about taking advantage of an opportunity – and …
Just plain cool! Education should always be fun! (H/T: Cafe Hayek)
"The Upward Spiral of Capitalism." After watching the video below, we must ask ourselves: "Is the hatred of capitalism and freedom shown by statism and socialism a matter of blindness, ignorance, or malice?" WHY would anyone oppose such a humane and beneficial cultural and economic system? My guess is this: Capitalism empowers the masses with freedom while disempowering …
Consider this: We all STARVE without private property rights! Well DUH! (Already said once by Steve below. Worth saying again.)
…and desire to understand the intersection of the truth at the core of both Christianity and Capitalism, this essay by George Gilder remains remarkably transcendent today: "The Soul of Silicon." Recommended. But then….