Monthly Archives: June 2012

Divine Atomic Theory

There’s an apparent breakdown between the relations of faith and science. Everyone in Western culture is aware of this. You cannot escape the media’s opinion of the conflict, and it’s as though almost everyone interested in either of the two … Continue reading

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Public Debt: Redux via Municipalities

I was inspired by a segment on NPR’s Morning Edition today as it related to yesterday’s post about public debt. It hit me that national debt may draw the most attention, but there might be a bigger issue in another … Continue reading

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Public Debt: A New Perspective

I just finished reading an article by Philip Bagus from a few weeks back regarding public debt, both internal and external, and I’ve a new perspective on the subject. You can find the article here. So, a question to start:  … Continue reading

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USOC Predictions for Quarterfinals

Tonight marks the quarterfinals for the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. As promised previously, I’ll give my predictions on the matchups to test my pick-’em skills. Without further adieu…

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Replacing War

In 1969, Honduras and El Salvador fought a pretty gruesome war over immigration. Usually referred to as The Football War, this conflict came to a head during qualifying for the 1970 World Cup where both nations faced off in an … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Minimum Wage

Statists love to flaunt their ostensible compassion for the masses. This is the very nature of the welfare state. Many times these welfare policies are accepted by the masses and lauded for their charity and concern for the poor, the … Continue reading

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A Realization in Transit

I’ve never used public transit for any other purpose than during a vacation to NYC or a shuttle or bus at an airport. Making it apart of my daily routine was never an option where I live, but I was … Continue reading

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