Must Reads For The Week 12/14/13

The pen is mightier than the sword...

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

The 10 Worst Economic Predictions Ever, at Here’s the only prediction that is always true. Government interventions in the market do not produce as optimal an outcome for the most people than there would be if the market had been left unhampered.

David Stockman, “Valuation Has Lost Any Anchor To The Real World”, Short video of Stockman talking about what is stated about above, which is the Feds intervention into the market by electronically printing counterfeit money.

It’s Time To End America’s Century Of Central Bank Mismanagement, by Richard Ebeling, at I couldn’t agree more. For some heavy lifting read the full article here.

South Carolina Could Lead The Nation By Nullifying Obamacare, by Joshua Cook, at Getting rid of Obamacare can only happen from the bottom up, because the top down politicians are for it because it gives them more power over us.

Santelli & Stockman Blast “Festering Fiscal” Budget Deal “Betrayal”, at Short video telling the truth about the deficit deal. Politics comes first, addressing real problems isn’t a high priority.

A Public Safety Disaster: Obamacare Could Thousands Of Volunteer Fire Departments To Close, by David Martosko of the Daily Mail, at Unintended consequences of trying to centrally plan something while there is still a free market in place.

David and Steph Teeterboard Training. How many injuries do you have to go through in order to get good at this?

Chicago vs. Houston In Four Charts, at Is there a correlation or causation related to these charts.

Major League Baseball Looks To Outlaw Collisions At Home Plate,by Ronald Bloom, at Did MLB learn from watching the NFL deal with the concussion issue that they have to get out in front of this potential issue. Or do we just live in a low T society?

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