Must Reads For The Week 6/22/13.

Mightier Than the Sword

Mightier Than the Sword (Photo credit: jeffsmallwood)

Tap It: NSA Slow Jam (Featuring Remy), by Remy and Meredith Bragg, at reason.com. Short video about the surveillance State.

Rotting, Decaying And Bankrupt-If  You Want To See The Future Of America Just Look At Detroit, at zerohedge.com. The only difference is Detroit can’t print money. The Fed can, which leads to an even bigger default.

US Treasury Denies It Is Trying To Torpedo Bitcoin, at zerohedge.com.  … “these aren’t the droids you’re looking for” – Obi Wan Kenobi

10,600 Empty Rentals In The People’s Republic Of San Francisco At A Time When Many Can’t Find Rentals, at economicpolicyjournal.com. Government intervention creates an artificial scarcity.

Uncle Sam’s Growing Ownership Of Student Loans, at economicpolicyjournal.com. We discussed this in the post, Young People Get Hooked Into Huge Debt When They Take The Student Loan Bait.

Culture Of Corruption, Monty Pelerine’s World, economicnoise.com. Video of Congressman Trey Gowdy’s comments about the IRS. My suggestion is a flat tax, which would allow us to abolish the IRS and with it the problem, which is arbitrary power.

The Benghazi Stand Down Order, by Will Rodriguez, at sofrep.com. The guys at  Sofrep.com, know what went on in Benghazi.

Will The Real Traitor Please Stand Up, by Jonathon Moseley, at americanthinker.com. Is Edward Snowden a traitor to the Government, or is Gen. Keith B. Alexander chief of the NSA a traitor to the Constitution? Great article that shows verbal sleight of hand artists in action.

Tobacco Speakeasy, by Jeffery Tucker, at fee.org. The unintended consequences of Government intervention. People will not comply with an immoral law.

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