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The Un-Free Market

Like unicorns, the free market does not exist. By definition, the free market is a market system in which the prices for goods and services are set freely by consent between vendors and consumers.  580 more words

"A Republic If You Can Keep It"...

Those were the words from Dr. Benjamin Franklin as he exited the Constitutional Convention in in 1787 while replying to Philadelphian Mrs. Powell’s question: “ 1,437 more words

Typical Prog Behavior

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A good discussion and worth reading more than once.

PROPHECY: What Scripture Actually Says About Antichrist

I am just a layman.  I have no special training in understanding the Lord’s Word.  What I have learned has come by reading the Scriptures, then reading what those I consider to be Spirit-Lead teachers have to say about the Scriptures and then looking to see if those teachers match with Scripture — not the other way around.  2,989 more words

Logic & Reason

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A very interesting read and a very strong case if made that these words written here are correct. I recommend you read this.


Gray assesses Hayek’s life and work. For those interested in the Encounter piece “My Cousin, Ludwig Wittgenstein” here it is.

Equally, and perhaps also happily, Thatcher had no understanding of Hayek’s ideas.


Remembering Milton Friedman

Today is the birthday of prominent free-market economist Milton Friedman, recipient of the 1976 Nobel Prize for Economic Science.

Friedman, who passed away in 2006 at the age of 94, was widely regarded as the leader of the Chicago School of monetary economics. 119 more words


Chris Hedges | Marx: The System is the Problem

In a lecture titled “Marx: The System Is the Problem,” given at the Left Forum this spring, Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges limned the historic critique made by capitalism’s “most prescient and significant” observer. 87 more words

Military Madness

I don't know why you always have to be judging me. A side rant.

It is my desire to be reflective and clear on this blog rather than merely reflexive. However, since I have laid a solid foundation of Christian economics in a series of 13 posts titled “Good News to the Poor” that start… 825 more words