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Arnold's New Therapy Place In Free Market.

I love it. Tell Arnold you sit there and take all the debris and juice I make driving instead. Get Arnold covered, yeah!

Will It Crush? 7 more words

Mental Health

Take one, leave one

Please permit me this brief observation to accommodate a busy schedule…

It should come as no surprise to anyone that the literary crowd is a pretty civilized group as a whole. 457 more words

Books

Potential Smartism #4: Uber vs. City Governments Is a Stylized Free Market vs. Regulated Market Argument

There’s a great story recently of a market regulating itself without influence from a big central regulator. For the most part they’re doing it with happy participants, a much lower cost, and, for the meantime, no explosion of risk and abuse. 738 more words

Federal Fuel Efficiency Regulation Hurts the Consumer...UPDATED

I understand that the title of this post is likely to make blood boil in certain people. I would ask those people to be patient and allow me to make my point in the following paragraphs. 1,343 more words

Economics

Knee High By The 4th Of July? Farmers Hope Not!

While road-biking through the beautiful corn fields of southern Illinois yesterday (June 27), the old adage “knee-high by the 4th of July” came to mind and I chuckled. 518 more words

The individual vs. collective mind control

The individual vs. collective mind control

by Jon Rappoport

June 28, 2015

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.) 2,391 more words

Energy & Imagination

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

Good reading and hard to argue against this being much more true than false. Further this collectivism is being implemented in the US though UN Agent 21 Sustainability.  I have been to the planing meeting and the goal is to eliminate most cars and put most people back in the inner cities; and it is being funded by the federal government

Oh, Say, Does That Star-Spangled Banner Yet Wave?

Friday evening I took my Stars and Stripes in from the front porch as I do every night, but everything felt different and each movement was conscious as I realized I might not put it out again. 1,223 more words

A New America

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

Like you I feel that the country has been turned away from the principles that made her great and as a former military officer I also feel that the officer corps has let us down. It was their duty to defend the constitution and with that sacred document all but gone now, they did not perform their duty to defend her against ALL ENEMIES both foreign and DOMESTIC. The elected leadership of this country in both parties decided that they wanted something different and so they changed the rules we live under now. The only honest one in the entire 537 that we elected politicians is the President --- he told us he wanted to fundamentally change the country and he did. He never told us into what and we never asked him so whose fault is that?