Monthly Archives: December 2013

North Korea: Empire of Madness by Vladimir Tismaneanu

Empire of Madness: Caligula in Pyongyang December 17, 2013 by Vladimir Tismaneanu North Korea is Stalin’s ultimate dream come true. It is a most dangerous actor in world politics and a despicable tyranny where reason and moderation are treated as mortal enemies. … Continue reading

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The Pope and Capitalism, by Walter Williams

The Pope and Capitalism December 17, 2013 by Walter Williams Pope Francis, in his apostolic exhortation, levied charges against free market capitalism, denying that “economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in … Continue reading

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Big Democrat City Poverty by Arnold Ahlert

Big Dem Cities, Big Dem Poverty by Arnold Ahlert On Sunday’s ABC This Week telecast, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich squared off with former Clinton Labor secretary Robert Reich, who tried to blame the increase in poverty over the last five years on the GOP. “Here’s the baloney,” … Continue reading

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A Line In The Sand Is Being Drawn Again by Chuck Baldwin

A Line In The Sand Is Being Drawn Again By Chuck Baldwin In March of 1836, a young man of twenty-three years of age took his sword out of its scabbard and drew a line in the sand in front … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Do Nothing and Become More Productive by James Altucher

Sometimes the best thing to do is: nothing. Many productivity books tell you what you can do MORE of in order to achieve goals, purpose, success money, etc. But MORE is hard to do. I’m already busy. Now you tell … Continue reading

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