Must Reads For The Week 11/29/14

The pen is mightier than the sword...

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

How Government Officials Are Using Bank Regulations To Shut Down Industry, at economicpolicyjournal.com. Government regulators are pressuring banks to stop doing business with industries that are not liked by the administration such as firearms makers, payday lenders, ammunition dealers, and others. It’s called Operation Choke Point. It chokes off banking services for these industries with the hope of driving them out of business. Oh that’s right that can’t happen here!

Grab Some Popcorn: Investigators May Have Found Up To 30K Lois Lerner E-Mails, at targetliberty.com. These were found three weeks after the election. In the words of Hilary Clinton, “What difference at this point does it make?”

Obamacare Enrollment Numbers Have Been Bogus, at investors.com. Who among us would ever believe that Government officials would “put their thumb on the scale” in order to get a desired outcome?

The People’s Republic Of San Francisco Is Now Micro-Managing Employee Schedules Of Chain Stores, at economicpolicyjournal.com. There is no limit to what central planners think they can regulate.

58 Experts Who Do Not Believe Global Warming Is A Crisis, at targetliberty.com. These 58 heretics should be burned at the stake for denying the religion of global warming.

SendMyBag Arrives In The In The U.S. To Take Your Luggage When Airlines Won’t, by Steve O’Hear, at techcrunch.com. People are looking for cheaper and more reliable ways of getting their luggage to their destination, and SendMyBag has stepped in to supply the service. Why couldn’t central planners in Government have come up with this idea?

Find A Loving Dog Sitter And Dog Walker, at rover.com. Once again the dynamism of the free market creates a service that people are willing to pay for. This is the Uber idea, for dogs.

Airbnb Is 2014 Company Of The Year, by Bert Helm, at inc.com. This is how technology is bringing buyers and sellers together, creating a more efficient use of scarce resources. Just as Big Taxi is against Uber, Big Hotel will be against this bed and breakfast company.

Uber Against Racial Profiling, by Howard Baetjer Jr., at fee.org. Here is an excerpt from the article, “Uber has a strong incentive to give its drivers the incentive to pick up every rider — black, white, or brown — right away. It does that in two ways. First, it reduces its drivers’ reasons for racial profiling. Uber has each rider’s name, cell phone number, credit card information, and the time and route of the ride, so Uber riders are unlikely to rob drivers.” The free market makes discrimination costly policy.

Saudi Texas: An Amazing Chart Of An Amazing Job Creating State, by Mark J. Perry, at aei.org. If it wasn’t for the jobs created in Texas, the US would have negative job growth since the economic collapse of 08.

Looters Of Trinkets & Looters Of Treasures, at targetliberty.com.

Here is a video of Odell Beckham Jr. making an unbelieveable catch for a touchdown.

 

If you want to know how you make a catch like that, watch this video.

 

How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice practice practice.

 

 

 

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