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'Repeal and Replace' Obamacare...With the Free Market

Sure, despite President Barack Obama’s promises to the contrary, some people lost their health care coverage and some people lost their doctors. And no, the average family did not save $2,500 per year as Obama insisted would be the case. 709 more words


The only Labour

that belongs to the Labourer

Is the Labour that typically comes

via the Labia

Then folks label ya

Then fable ya

Cain and Able ya… 117 more words

Misterthrope Speaks.....

The Free Market to the Rescue

Well, if Bloomberg’s is correct, solar power is on a trajectory to undercut coal as a major power source.  Even if the Koch Brothers and their weak-minded Oval Office Puppet force us all to use fossil fuels for another 20 years, the rest of the world will probably still use solar.   30 more words

Snakebites 226: 2016 - Year in Review

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00:28 – Catching up. We address all the people dying.
07:57 – A whole shitpile of young adults are still living at home, but the economy is fine. 176 more words


Is there a headship crisis?

According to a story in The Times today, one in ten schools is losing its head teacher each year. Reading the headlines of the story, outside the pay wall, there are examples of schools advertising up to seven times to find a replacement and of schools without a permanent head for three years. 602 more words


It's a Free Market: Just Skip School

Education… Learning… Enlightenment… “schooling….”


All of these products, services and ideas can still be obtained freely and voluntarily, by anyone, at any age because we still have a relatively free market in America.  172 more words

Learning Vs. Schooling

On the gas situation in Mexico

Starting from January 1, different maximum gas prices will be set through Mexico. Each individual municipality has been set a different maximum price by the federal government with no say from the municipality, or the people for that matter. 191 more words