Must Reads For The Week 8/10/13

The pen is mightier than the sword...

The pen is mightier than the sword… (Photo credit: mbshane)

D.C. Insider On The Terrorists Alerts, at economicpolicyjourlan.com. People are beginning to have less and less trust in what Government says. This is a good thing for the future of individual liberty.

George Carlin on Arrogance of Mankind, at Kids Prefer Cheese, mungowitzend.blogspot.com. I’ve always loved this routine. I have a question. If we evolved like every other creature, isn’t whatever each of us does, no matter how bad it is judged to be by “environmentalist”, a natural part of the evolutionary process of the planet, and therefore should not be stopped, but accepted as natural?

Declare Detroit A Free City, by Patrick Barron, at mises.org. Lets try free market principles for a change and see what would happen in Detroit.

Obama’s False History Of Public Investment, by Schweikart and Folsom, at wsj.com. Infrastructure spending by Government isn’t the economic boom it’s cracked up to be. Infrastructure used to be built with private money.

Picturing The Plunge In Gun Crimes (As Gun Sales Surge), at zerohedge.com. Not much else needs to be said.

Education Spending Soars, Test Scores Stagnate, by Deroy Murdock, at nationalreview.com. The typical response by the left would be, “just think how much lower test scores would be if we hadn’t spent all that money”.

John Stossel – Currency Devaluation & Bitcoin, video, at libertypenblog.blogspot.com. Governments have destroyed economies by debasing their currencies . Bitcoin is a free market currency that can’t be debased by Government.

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