Must Reads For The Week 6/6/15

The pen is mightier than the sword...

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

Why Butter And Eggs Won’t Kill Us After All: Flawed Science Triggers U-Turn On Cholesterol Fears, by Chris Brooke, at dailymail.co.uk. So your telling me that global warming science isn’t settled! I can’t wait to have bacon with two eggs over easy and real butter on my toast this Sunday morning. Hat Tip lewrockwell.com.

Rent A Car Drive For Uber, at money.cnn.com. HyreCar is a start up that brings individuals who want to rent their personal car and people who want to drive for Uber or Lyft. Technology is helping us use our scarce resources more productively.

zTailors – High-Quality Affordable Tailoring At Your Door, at aTailors.com. Tailors making house calls.

North Korea Is Kind Of Awesome At Earth Hour, by Sean Davis, at thefederalist.com. If only crazy environmentalists could be as committed to not using electricity as the North Koreans are.

The Danes Are Revolting: Tax Administration Set On Fire, at zerohedge.com. No comment needed.

Free Speech Facebook And The NSA: The Good The Bad And The Ugly, at zerohedge.com. Do you think the NSA quit collecting data for the three days prior to the Patriot Act being reauthorized? Not a chance. Data collection, in violation of the fourth amendment, is here to stay. What would government do with the massive data collection center in Utah?

Protecting Perks, Power, And Profits Has Perverted The Entire System, at zerohedge.com. Electronically printing counterfeit money brings the future into the present before its time. Here is an excerpt form the article, “Cronyism depends on the credit bubble. the future is where new wealth is created. When you try to stop and twist the future into the shape you want, you prevent the future from ever happening. So you switch from creating wealth now to taking wealth from the future so you can consume it now.

From Whence Cometh Our Wealth- Peoples Labor Or The Fed’s Printing Press? by David Stockman, at davidstockmanscontracorner.com. If you were stranded on a deserted island you would have to use labor to produce food, whether is was knocking coconuts out of a tree, or catching fish. If I could give you a million dollars would it do you any good? The money would only have value in starting a fire or for use as toilet paper. It would have no exchange value.

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