Category Archives: United States of America

Violence An Inch Beneath The Surface

What are we to make of this lot?

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More Of The Shiny Stuff

A few random jottings on gold while I’m out on the road; back in a week.

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Gunwalker – What The Hell???

I don’t know much about this whole Gunwalker episode, beyond the little I’ve read in the news. But it’s now meant the United States’ chief executive law officer has just been held in contempt of Congress. Pretty serious stuff. I … Continue reading

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A Democrat You Could Vote For

Something else that popped up in the news today, which I thought you might at least get a laugh out of.

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Reliving Mankind’s Finest Hour

I’m leaving Libertarianism aside today, to show you what I regard as the greatest YouTube clip I’ve ever seen.

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Calling A Spade A Bloody Shovel

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Only In America

I’m exaggerating. It’d be de rigeur for any dictatorship worthy of the name. But the latest Executive Order of President Barack Hussein Obama, National Defense Resources Preparedness, signed last Friday with virtually no fanfare at all, is gob-smacking in its scope and … Continue reading

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More Dollars Than Sense

Still hammering away on my next thread, so I thought I’d ask you about the topic currently doing the rounds over at DT: “Quantitative Easing”, or QE.

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A Very Selective Blindness

What if a journalist had asked JFK this sort of question in 1960? Or Clinton in 1992?

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Life Imitating Art

While on my recent road trip, I took the opportunity in my spare time to re-read Atlas Shrugged. It’s been quite a while—over thirty years, in fact—since I first picked up Ayn Rand’s magnum opus, and was struck by how accurately … Continue reading

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