Monthly Archives: May 2013

The New State, Same as the Old State

“…Ah, to live in interesting times. I have hardly had enough skepticism in me to keep up,  The liberal intelligentsia spins tangled webs, trying to figure out how they went from a ragtag collection of oppressed underdogs to a behemoth headed by … Continue reading

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The Story of Money

“…In the beginning, there was barter: the moneyless exchange of one man’s goods for those of another. Each family stored varied supplies—wheat, wood, or venison—to exchange directly for others—cows, tools, or coal. But barter cannot always work. For example, the … Continue reading

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The Vast and the Tiny

“…On galaxies and bosons, stars and quarks. In physics, truth does not always equal beauty…” Read more…

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Who gave the order to “stand down,” and why?”

“With lies, as with potato chips, it is hard to stop with just one…” “Last week’s testimony under oath about events in Benghazi on September 11, 2012 makes painfully clear that what the Obama administration told the American people about … Continue reading

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Can’t Kill the Messenger? Then Unplug the Radio Network!

“…For once, this is a Big Story in talk radio that really isn’t about Rush Limbaugh at all. And the same Big Story isn’t about Sean Hannity either, although Hannity’s name has been thrown into the mix. The Big Story here is … Continue reading

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Sweet Sounds of Bluegrass

I saw the “Yonder Mountain String Band” (Jeff Austin, Ben Kaufmann, Adam Aijala, Dave Johnston) in Missoula recently and it was a delightful, if musically heterodox experience. I’ve been listening to both recorded and live bluegrass for years, and I … Continue reading

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Property

“…the Left hates guns because they empower the individual over the collective. A man with a gun does not need the protection of the State but can deal with violations of his rights by himself. The man with a gun … Continue reading

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