I’m sure most of you have already read Lew Rockwell’s explanation of the whole RonPaul.com drama, but just in case you haven’t, here it is. It all seems entirely plausible to me.
Bob Murphy points out yet another case of the left suddenly becoming big fans of small, local government. It only occurs when the small, local government does something they like (in this case, banning fracking).
The Motley Fool’s statist-in-chief declares that medicare is a “good deal.” Sure, in the same way that a mugging is a “good deal” for the mugger. It’s always a good deal when the government steals money from other people and spends it on you. Fortunately, David and I are already on the case in the comments section.
Jeffrey Tucker made a brilliant Facebook post discussing how the McFish symbolizes the superiority of the free market to government. Not sure if the link will work if you haven’t already “liked” him. But why wouldn’t you? What’s not to like?