Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wall Street and the Mob

For years Wall Street and international banks have been steeling form the public. That public has not minded because they can’t actually see the money coming out of their pockets, so they don’t know who to blame. This may all … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Comments | Comments Off on Wall Street and the Mob

Syria, War and Unintended Consequences

What is to gained by going to war? Common Sense Economics routinely considers what others prefer not to think about. WWII was unique in that the United States was attacked before going to war. Hawaii was territory gained from a … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Comments | Comments Off on Syria, War and Unintended Consequences

Aljazeera jn Your Home

Jean and I are thrilled to be getting Aljazeera America. As it is, our home grown media only manages public opinion for government and network sponsors. Aljazeera might do the same, but then again they may not.

Posted in Daily Comments | Comments Off on Aljazeera jn Your Home

Second Amendment

Here is the deal. Americans are not responsible enough to possess firearms. Government is not trustworthy enough to trust in outlawing guns. This is a situation that is not solvable. It is really unreasonable for citizens to expect to keep … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Comments | Comments Off on Second Amendment

How Not to Fight Big Government

Nothing has changed over history’s long timeline. Technically Americans have authority over their government. They choose not to use it. Instead they follow the historical norm of seeking messiahs to go to Washington and fix all of their problems. More … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Comments | Comments Off on How Not to Fight Big Government

Some Human Instincts

These are the most important human instincts to factor in with respect to government, economics and politics because they prevent meaningful analysis of social phenomena. 1. Exalt the species. 2. Exalt my nation 3. Exalt myself This translates maintaining a … Continue reading

Posted in Daily Comments | Comments Off on Some Human Instincts