What Would American Socialism Look Like?

What Would American Socialism Look Like? The Socialist Utopia What would life look like if America turned socialist? In a socialist economy, you don’t peruse a coffee isle with many brands to choose from; you get a paper sack of dirt and beans with COFFEE written on... read more

No More Dirty Tricks

No More Dirty Tricks “[T]he only thing we have to fear is fear itself—nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance.” –Franklin D. Roosevelt The banking monopoly created our intelligence networks with the goal... read more

Extremists

Extremists “When a man’s life has no value, sometimes death has its price.” —Fistful of Dollars Religion is partially responsible for terrorism, and not just one faith in particular. Those teaching, “independence is evil”, shouldn’t be surprised when kids join gangs.... read more

Racism and the Melting Pot in Question

Racism and the Melting Pot in Question There is perhaps no greater spiritual war or a more false endeavor than the pursuit of racial superiority. Those for racial solidarity lose their best to the torrent of capitalist freedom, were anyone can be anything they are... read more

Clean Government: Does Capitalism Qualify?

Clean Government: Does Capitalism Qualify? “It is the duty of the patriot to protect his country from its government.” —Thomas Paine What do we want from our government? First of all, a safe, secure environment; a sound base from which we can build and grow. We... read more

Arts that Leads to Atlantis

Arts that Leads to Atlantis We see the most moral controversy in the subject of art and entertainment, and rightly so. It is hard to describe the reactions we have to it, but our artistic likes and dislikes are very important. They show how we feel about human beings... read more

Poison by Land, Sea, and Air

Poison by Land, Sea, and Air “Mistakes of this size are never made innocently.” –Ayn Rand Nowadays, we see jets fly high overhead leaving long contrails; but instead of dissipating quickly as normal, the contrails expand wider and wider until they become a general... read more

Honest Labeling

Honest Labeling “The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society. … We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it. ” –President John F. Kennedy... read more

Free Our Food

Free Our Food Our food supply is monopolized by a handful of corporations with highly controversial histories. Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer, and Dow-DuPont have bought over 200 independent seed companies and now dictate nearly everything that is planted in America.... read more

Self-Defense and Gun Control, Part 1

Self-Defense and Gun Control, Part 1 Though the media does all it can to rile the public into thinking America is going to hell in a hand basket—that crime is rampant and getting worse—the reality is far different. Their motto is “If it bleeds, it leads”, so the first... read more

Self-Defense and Gun Control, Part 2

Self-Defense and Gun Control, Part 2 “The end of democracy and the defeat of the American Revolution will occur when government falls into the hands of lending institutions and moneyed incorporations.” –Thomas Jefferson, 1816 In 2010, Jesse Ventura filmed hundreds of... read more

Ending the Reign of Vaccines

Ending the Reign of Vaccines “Vaccination is a barbarous practice and one of the most fatal of all the delusions current in our time.” —Gandhi Vaccines are often credited with having wiped out countless diseases, but the most widespread diseases were in considerable... read more

Liberation from Heart Disease

Liberation from Heart Disease Both of my parents had heart blockages. One chose angioplasty (stents), which temporarily relieves only those small areas, like unclogging a drain. The other asked for alternatives and was told of EDTA intravenous treatment (known as... read more

Freedom from Cancer, Part 1

Freedom from Cancer, Part 1 Many years ago I was engaged to a wonderful girl. With her literature background, she became my copy editor, and we enjoyed a magical, romantic discourse over philosophy and the bright futures we were free to define and pursue. As time went... read more

Freedom from Cancer, Part 2

Freedom from Cancer, Part 2 Hoxsey Treatment: 80% success rate. Two herbal formulas, one internal and one external, using bloodroot and a host of herbs with potent anti-cancer properties, passed down by American Indians. Harry Hoxsey was arrested over 100 times during... read more

Free America from Health Care Debt

Free America from Health Care Debt “Experts agree that our health care system is riddled with inefficiencies, excessive administrative expenses, inflated prices, poor management, and inappropriate care, waste and fraud. These problems significantly increase the cost... read more

Chiropractors and the Freedom to Move

Chiropractors and the Freedom to Move If you saw a wilted rose and noticed that its stem was broken, wouldn’t you think that had something to do with it? In 1987, the American Medical Association was found guilty of conspiring to destroy the entire chiropractic field.... read more

Trust Yourself: Self-Diagnosis

Trust Yourself: Self-Diagnosis Once I realized that most doctors didn’t have my best interests at heart, I became big into self-diagnosis and self-healing. When a professional laughs at, condemns, and ridicules me for asking questions—investing considerable energy to... read more

Freeing Our Money: A Sorted History

Freeing Our Money: A Sorted History “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks…will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the... read more

Freeing Our Money: Today’s Coercion

Freeing Our Money: Today’s Coercion Modern Economic Control The Federal Reserve controls the money supply in three ways: 1) Selling or buying U.S. government bonds from the government or in the bond market. To sell bonds is to contract the currency, decreasing... read more

Freeing Our Money: Sound Money and Sound Banking

Freeing Our Money: Sound Money and Sound Banking In a mortal struggle for power, currency control has changed hands from public to private eight times since our country’s inception. The conflict lies at the base of our right of property, and the desire of the corrupt... read more

Foreign Policy Suitable for Thieves and Killers

Foreign Policy Suitable for Thieves and Killers Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Austria, Egypt, Russia, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territories… We have to wonder why so many nations hate America. In many instances it is due to envy and corruption itself, but unfortunately, there... read more

Free Trade Agreements or FAIR Trade Agreements?

Free Trade Agreements or FAIR Trade Agreements? Free-trade can mean “unregulated commerce” or it can mean “take what you want without paying for it.” Those attempting deceit use one meaning for political cover, while they accomplish the other. Its result is that our... read more

Environmentalism: Man is Earth’s Enemy?

Environmentalism: Man is Earth’s Enemy? Why is their focus not on the brilliant sky and our productive harmony under it, but on the small column of smoke coming from a ship’s engine? Why do they look, not at the limitless countryside, but at the small rectangle... read more

The Resurgence of Sound Philosophy

The Resurgence of Sound Philosophy In our history, most philosophers spent their time building useless theories and refuting others, often generating nothing new. The field was created by the passionate (Aristotle), heightened by the learned (St. Thomas Aquinas, our... read more

Freeing Education

Freeing Education “How do you explain school to higher intelligence?” —E.T. As a student grows, he discovers that teachers already have opinions about his subjects of interest and have a system in place, not to help him live an unlimited progression, but to confine... read more

Socialism for America: Why Not?

Socialism for America: Why Not? There has been a resurgence of this governing concept since the economic collapse; it has grown in popularity with the young as they run from one evil they’ve seen in practice towards another they haven’t, so we need to understand its... read more

Antitrust and Centralized Control

Antitrust and Centralized Control Antitrust legislation permits the government to bring charges against any business pricing higher, lower, or equal to their competition. Are eyebrows appropriately raised? Pricing higher is considered gouging. Pricing lower is... read more

Endless Internal Revenue

Endless Internal Revenue today’s world, you would be hard pressed to find anyone expecting to see the day when income taxes are abolished. Barely anyone would entertain the serious possibility of ridding ourselves of it, even though our government already collects... read more

Politics and Internal Corruption

Politics and Internal Corruption In a perfect world, we can trust our leaders. Those running the government should be as fully accountable as the citizens they serve; they shouldn’t also be tied to huge corporations privately benefiting from every policy decision. We... read more

Lice and Lobbies

Lice and Lobbies The Fear-driven wish to force their betters to provide what nature cannot give them: guarantees. Irrational lobbies are the con man’s equivalent of the Self-made’s patent, copyright, and trademark. In such forms as subsidies and charters, they attempt... read more

Term Limits

Term Limits We have all heard of catastrophic government waste, but often it isn’t premeditated; many politicians have no inkling of sound living patterns. They believe government is all powerful and can provide anything they ask, like a rich kid who has everything... read more

Free Elections

Free Elections “The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.” —Joseph Stalin Voting shenanigans have been a part of the political process since voting was invented. After LBJ won his Senate race in 1948, it was... read more

Campaign Finance Reform

Campaign Finance Reform A grotesque distortion of justice was perpetrated in the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling, equating a corporation with an individual. It claimed that any limits on political advertising were unconstitutional as this would bar free... read more

What Does Honest Capitalism Really Look Like?

What Does Honest Capitalism Really Look Like? Not all enterprises are evil: in fact, most are not, as Self-made Man forms organizations, too. Many moral lessons can be learned by studying America’s finest corporations. They are the perfect example of men uniting in... read more

Sound Institutions

Sound Institutions In a speech, Abraham Lincoln said “So far as possible, the people everywhere shall have that sense of perfect security, which is most favorable to calm thought and reflection.” This is the highest goal of Self-made Man; true peace on Earth. It has... read more

The College Gauntlet

The College Gauntlet Unfortunately, the excruciating cost of a college education looks more like indentured servitude than a route to a better life for students these days. Student loans are stretching into their retirement now! It has gotten out of scale with what... read more

The Joy of Institutionalized Poverty

The Joy of Institutionalized Poverty We cringe at the thought of helping the deadbeats in our own families—they are black holes in whom all investment is squandered—but we do it as a nation through welfare, subsidies, and social security. All are the slavery of a... read more

Single Mothers and Fatherless Children

Single Mothers and Fatherless Children When children are not planned by two dedicated people in love, they become an ominous cloud over America’s future. Three instances come to mind, which threaten our integrity and freedom more effectively than most any other issue.... read more

Sex and Gender Equality

Sex and Gender Equality Women needn’t feel inadequate relative to men. A lesser physical power is not a sign of lower worth, but the simple mechanics of calculating the forces present. If you encountered a stampeding elephant or a speeding car, do you try to reason... read more

The Social Classes at War

The Social Classes at War There are four financial classes in our society: 1) the productive rich, 2) the productive middle, 3) the thieving rich and 4) the loafing poor (outside of political oppression, productive people do not stay poor). Every rational man agrees... read more

Labor Unions: Good or Evil?

Labor Unions: Good or Evil? There are good unions and there are bad unions. I have seen both first hand, and the difference will make or break a company. In watching Japanese union workers, I was impressed by the focus of their performance. There is a cultural aspect... read more

The Constitution: An Outdated Allegiance?

The Constitution: An Outdated Allegiance? Just as science looks at subatomic particles where existence cannot be subdivided further, our Constitution respects the requirements of each individual life. Our Constitution bans force in all its forms. It decentralizes... read more

Sound Foreign Policy

Sound Foreign Policy America should treat nations like we treat friends, neighbors, or bullies, in response to how they act. The lending ratios used in an individual life are the same for a country. We shouldn’t lend what we can’t afford to lend, and what they can’t... read more

Free the Media

Free the Media Before the 2012 presidential election, I researched Clear Channel, the largest radio station owner in the country, to determine the boundaries of what I could say on the air. All of the sudden Bain Capital popped up. It turned out that Mitt Romney’s... read more
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