I have to hand out sincere kudos to Tucker Carlson. His opening salvo for 2019 was one for the ages. It was a broad-ranging, fifteen-minute rhetorical tour de force. Tying together Mitt Romney's vulture capitalism, unchecked immigration, political corruption and the destruction of the middle class family, Carlson laid out a story that if everyone … Continue reading Tucker Carlson and the Plight of the Yellow Vests
George Soros is losing. He still thinks he's winning. But, in reality, he's losing. All around you, if you look closely enough, you will see the spectre of George Soros lurking behind the headlines. The caravan, net neutrality, regulating Facebook, the de-platforming of independent media, color revolutions and election meddling, refugee creation and manipulation, the … Continue reading Have We Reached Peak Soros?
There's a moment near the end of Ayn Rand's mostly brilliant Atlas Shrugged where she details the unveiling of various government-funded boondoggles whose development we track as the story unfolds. All of them end in tragedy and mass death. From trains asphyxiating their passengers to sonic weapons killing spectators, the hubris and ineptitude of the rentier class which … Continue reading Jumping the Global Warming Shark
"He'll See Everything! He'll See the Big Board!" — Dr. Strangelove What is The Wire? Why is it so important? Who controls it? Answer those three questions and you can answer a number of problems plaguing our world today. The Wire is simply a metaphor for the transmission of information. The Wire takes many forms. And if … Continue reading Can We Escape Control of The Wire?
The only words that were left out of Theresa May's announcement of achieving Cabinet approval over her Brexit deal were Mission Accomplished. Theresa May was put in charge of the U.K. to betray Brexit from the beginning. She always represented the interests of the European Union and those in British Parliament that backed remaining in the … Continue reading May Forces Brexit Betrayal to its Crisis Point
Finally the mid-terms are behind us. There was no Blue Wave nor was there as I hoped, a Red Tide. There was, in fact, a split decision that leaves the country in a slightly better but still deeply divided state. It will take a little time to fully digest what happened here but one thing … Continue reading The Mid-Terms Were All About Trump
Immigration is a tricky subject for a lot of libertarians. If there is one issue that has caused more fights in libertarian circles it is the question of restricting a person's right to movement. But in a world of private property where does that right end? We know where it is in a world of … Continue reading Mo’ Money, Mo’ Invasion