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Containment of Natural Identity

Containment of natural risk sounds unnatural doesn’t it. If the probable risk is .5 and is managed to appear as .2, over time the measure of .3 (the difference–the value to be arbitraged by argument) will show its existence (the risk is fully assumed in priority). 736 more words

Political-Economy And Philosophy

From NPR: "...Albert Einstein...believed in a need to abolish international borders."

What The World Needs Now Is A New Enlightenment

by Marcelo Gleiser

July 16, 2014 4:55 PM ET

Our planet is unique. When are we going to recognize and celebrate this fact? 781 more words

Does the National Security Agency have Lois Lerner's e-mails?

The House Armed Services Committee wants to know whether the Pentagon and the National Security Agency have any of Lois Lerner’s lost e-mails and adopted a resolution Wednesday directing the agencies to turn over any such e-mails they have. 319 more words


The Wisdom of Adam Smith for our Own Times

Courtesy of Professor Antal E. Fekete @ Professor Fekete.com:

─ A Rejoinder ─

Let us celebrate the 291st birthday of the great Scottish economist together and let us rehabilitate his Real Bills Doctrine! 2,377 more words

Precious Metals

I'm Up to the Challenge: Dinner Party Edition~History's Best

This week’s challenge is a great one for me, as I have already given lots  of thought to who I’d invite to my “ideal dinner party” table.   273 more words


Hindsight is also a blinkered perspective

“The misery of people here is very great, with beggars innumerable and increasing every day….pigs and calves live better than they.” That rhyming comment could apply to the legions of the poor in many parts of the world today. 720 more words

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