Must Reads For The Week 11/5/16

The Breakdown Of The Rule Of Law

Nobody Is Above The Law. Guaranteed. Full Stop”: Meltdown At The Justice Department Exposes Obama’s Lies, at zerohedge.com. Nobody is above the law except elites in government who espouse the leftist agenda.

DOJ’s Loretta Lynch Tried To Squash Comey’s Letter To Congress, at zerohedge.com. Lynch didn’t empanel a grand jury to hear the evidence in Hillary’s email investigation. She met with Bill Clinton on the tarmac at the Phoenix airport. And she probably can’t figure out why the FBI is thumbing their nose at her orders to squash the investigation

Hillary Clinton’s 38-Year History Of Sleaze And Corruption, by Dan Mitchell, at freedomandprosperity.com. For all the younger people who don’t remember the first Clinton Presidency. Here is a recap.

John Podesta’s Best Friend At The DOJ To Be In Charge Of DOJ’s Probe Into Huma’s Emails, at zerohedge.com. Who trusts that this guy will do his job wherever the evidence leads?

Don’t Repeat That To Anybody” Clinton And Brazile Personally Implicated In Project Veritas Video, at zerohedge.com. This isn’t a conspiracy theory. This is just people actually colluding to reach a particular end.

Secret Recordings Fueled Mutinous FBI Investigation of Clintons Despite DOJ Orders To Stand Down, at zerohedge.com. The FBI agents are disregarding what their superiors order them to do.

Why Comey Reopened The Hillary Investigation, at lewrockwell.com. Pressure from his subordinates outweighed the pressure from his superiors.

The ruling class better hope we citizens don’t start acting like the people employed by these agencies.

 

Government Intervention In The Market = Disaster

Let’s start with a quote from Ludwig von Mises: “Economic history is a long record of Government policies that failed because they were designed with a bold disregard for the laws of economics.

Government Pension Plans Are Headed For Disaster, by Robert Fellner, at mises.org. Economic reality can’t be stopped by accounting tricks.

Two Arguments Against The Fed We Should Make Over And Over Again, By Jeff Deist, at mises.com. Our dollar has lost purchasing power because of inflation, defined as money printing. Because of inflation the first receivers of the printed money are skimming people’s savings from them.

Make Sugar A Delicacy, by Chris Calton, at mises.org. Government import quotas on sugar hurts the consumer because he is paying higher prices . The government can get away with this because the cost is spread across all consumers.

The Devaluation Of Higher Education, by Carmen Elena Dorobat, at mises.org. Big and small businesses hiring people out of college is what should determine the value of a degree. Not Government subsidizing young people’s education.

Blame Government, Not Markets For Monopoly, by Ron Paul, at mises.org. Government creates monopolies because it regulates competition out of the market. Markets force businesses to satisfy the customer.

The Obamacare Tipping Point, by Richard Kocur, at mises.org. When you increase the demand for something and decrease the supply of that same something, what happens to its price?

 

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