Monthly Archives: September 2013

Latest Awful Idea From California

New law lets teens delete digital skeletons – SFGate. Apparently California has just passed a law which would require all websites to remove any content that was posted by a minor at that minor’s request.  I don’t want to spend … Continue reading

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Grand Theft Inconsistency

I’ve missed my last few posts, in no small part due to the recent release of Grand Theft Auto 5, an outstanding game that has basically occupied every spare moment of my life for about a week or so.  Now … Continue reading

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Employers Dropping Health Care Benefits: Good News?

Report: Trader Joe’s Part-Time Workers to Lose Health Coverage Because of Obamacare | TheBlaze.com. Last week, it was reported that Trader Joe’s was about to become the latest large company to discontinue the practice of offering health insurance coverage to … Continue reading

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The “Better Off Than Your Parents” Myth

It’s a common refrain in American society, I’m sure you’ve heard it before.  The specific phrasing varies, but it usually goes something like, “Every parent wants their children to be better off than they were,” or “Everyone wants to be … Continue reading

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The Libertarian Case For Welfare Cheats

Generally speaking, libertarians are almost universally opposed to any “social welfare” or wealth redistribution programs.  We consider them to be impractical, economically inefficient, and an unjust violation of property rights.  If it were up to us, all of these programs … Continue reading

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The Case For Free Market Fractional Reserve Banking

  Questioning Rothbard : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education. I’ve always felt like one of the biggest frustrations in life is having an opinion or belief that is fairly clear in your own head, but that you’re unable … Continue reading

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Conservative Voices Disappoint On Syria

You’ll have to forgive me; this one is going to be a little short and a little light on specific details, as I don’t really have the time to gather the appropriate source links on this one. I didn’t watch … Continue reading

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