Posted tagged ‘Congressional Aids Traded On Insider Information’

Must Reads For The Week 10/7/17

October 8, 2017

To Combat “Hate,” Make Government Weaker, by Justin Murray, at mises.org. Excerpt from the article: “Politicians are actively tapping into modern stress that is generated by the state itself. Emotion is a powerful political motivator. People are heavily motivated to believe things that hit their emotions strongly……..Simply asking people to get along isn’t going to work so long as there is a massive power structure in place that is driving the actual fear. If the people are afraid of the Trumps and KKKs of the world, they could demand their politicians dismantle the power structures at the federal level so it cannot be taken over by disfavored groups and reinstall them at a local level where it is far easier to control who hold the reins of power.”

San Franciscans Pissed To Learn Their Liberal Policies Caused A Wave Of Restaurant Failures, at zerohedge.com. Socialists in San Fran are dealing with the consequences of their economic policies. Restaurants are closing because of the increase in the minimum wage, heath care costs and rents. Because of the closings, it is difficult for them to find fine dining at an affordable price. The sad thing is they probably don’t understand that it is their policies that caused the closings.

To Seattle City Council: Do Higher Prices And Wages Reduce Demand Or Not? , by Mark J. Perry, at carpediemblog.

Here Are The Congressional Aides that Traded On Insider Information Over The Past Year, at zerohedge.com. This is the breakdown of the rule of law. When our “public servants” don’t have to follow the law, regular people get pissed off. Especially when they are getting dinged for a seat belt violation or speeding ticket. If laws don’t apply to them, we won’t follow the laws. The breakdown of the rule of law starts with them. Not us.

NCAA Violations Are Now Federal Crimes? William L. Anderson, at mises.org. Excerpt from the article: “So far, we are looking at what, frankly, are garden-variety (with the added twist of shoe company money) NCAA violations in which players or their families receive monetary or in-kind compensation that goes beyond the standard athletic scholarship of meals, books, tuition, fees, and board. Furthermore, the prospect of making these actions into federal crimes truly brings a new and, frankly, perilous dimension to federal criminal law.

Obama-Era Surveillance Timeline, at SharylAttkisson.com. You must look at the timeline in this article. It will blow our mind. You have probably forgotten most of these incidences.

Utah Cop Wants To Apologize For Cuffing Nurse, at nypost.com. A few weeks ago we posted the video of the cop who temporarily arrested the nurse because she wouldn’t let him draw blood from a patient (click here to see the post). Now he wants to apologize for the “mistake” he made. Watch the video and ask yourself if this was a “mistake”. What does the word mistake mean. A mistake is when you make a math error in your check book. This guy acted intentionally.

The Progressive Octopus, at victorhanson.com. From the media, to Hollywood and entertainment, to sports, to our education system especially colleges, you can’t escape the progressive ideology. Most non progressives have reached their limit and won’t concede any more ground. Finally!

California Mulls Combustion-Engine Car Ban: “You Can Stop All Sales By 2030, at zerohedge.com. The politicians in California are going to try to do away with the economic law of supply and demand. If you out law gasoline powered cars. And you’re thinking about mandating your state go to all green energy by 2040. Can you produce enough energy to power your state? Will the price of that energy be low or high? The utopian world of politicians can’t exist in the real world.

7 Independence Movements That Could Destroy The EU, at zerohedge.com. Decentralization of government power is what the masses want. They are sick of being told what to do by the anointed. Tyrants with government sanctioned power will not want to give up that power. We are living in interesting times.

 

 

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