Friday, June 30, 2023
As the world remains obsessed with the same old thing, it becomes obvious that something new like the Economic Democracy Acthas might be just what is needed instead of the “Great Reset.” Speaking of the Great Reset, today is the final day of the sale on our book on the GREATER Reset — The Greater Reset: Restoring Personal Sovereignty Under Natural Law. After that you can read this week’s news items:
Wednesday, June 28, 2023
It’s often astonishing how much words and phrases can change meaning or have a different meaning depending on the time and place. “Money,” for example, used to mean a means of carrying out economic transactions, the consideration in a contract, or “all things transferred in commerce,” to quote Black’s law dictionary.
Monday, June 26, 2023
Today we have a short, but interesting video on what happened to the “great books” and why they seem to have disappeared from everyone’s education . . . and why no one today seems to learn how to think . . .
Friday, June 23, 2023
Again, this week’s news items are about what you’d expect in a world in which the Economic Democracy Acthas not yet been adopted. Of course, you can read all about it by taking advantage of the $5 per copy sale on for The Greater Reset: Restoring Personal Sovereignty Under Natural Law. Or you can read this week’s news items:
Wednesday, June 21, 2023
Every week, it seems, brings another atrocity story out of Africa. For people outside Africa, it’s a news item, but for those in Africa, it’s a daily occurrence. Rather than sit around and say how terrible it is before going on to the next horror the news media delight in bringing to us, it may be time to do something about it.
Monday, June 19, 2023
“The death of democracy is not likely to be an assassination from ambush. It will be a slow extinction from apathy, indifference, and undernourishment.” — Robert M. Hutchins.
Friday, June 16, 2023
This week’s news items are about what you’d expect in a world in which the Economic Democracy Acthas not yet been adopted. Of course, you can read all about it by taking advantage of the $5 per copy sale on for The Greater Reset: Restoring Personal Sovereignty Under Natural Law. Or you can read this week’s news items:
Wednesday, June 14, 2023
According to a recent news story, three-quarters of “middle class” (whatever that means) Americans can no longer afford to buy a house. This appears to be one step closer to one individual’s vision of Klaus Schwab’s and the World Economic Forum’s “Great Reset” in which, as one enthusiast put it, “You will own nothing and be happy.” The American dream used to be owning your own farm or business. Then it became getting a good job and owning a house. Now it's degenerating into getting a universal basic income and finding a place in a government housing project.
Monday, June 12, 2023
Today we have a real treat in store for you: a damning indictment of the American university system, it’s decay from a center of independent thought into a “folk institution.” It’s a good argument for Justice University:
Friday, June 9, 2023
Not much good is happening, unless you include the $5 per copy sale on for The Greater Reset: Restoring Personal Sovereignty Under Natural Law. The debt ceiling crisis has been “solved” by kicking the can down the road a piece (and we’re running out of pavement), Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has entered a new phase with Russia’s premature (from a military standpoint) and criminally insane (from a war crimes and humanitarian standpoint) destruction of the Kakhovka dam . . . in other words, business as usual. The solution to many of these problems can be found in the Economic Democracy Act, but no one seems to be considering that:
Wednesday, June 7, 2023
If you want to pass an economics test these days or become well-known in politics, you will accept without question the Keynesian doctrine that there is a necessary tradeoff between inflation and employment. If, however, you want a sound economy that operates for everyone instead of only a financial or political elite, then you will jettison the idea immediately.
Monday, June 5, 2023
Mortimer Adler defined natural law as the general code of human behavior and, because man is a rational creature, discernible by reason . . . although (as he also pointed out) not necessarily discerned, as human beings have free will and can act contrary to reason.
Friday, June 2, 2023
Most of the economic news this week has to do with the debt ceiling debacle, but there are other knavishly imbecilic events as well. (That’s our current catch phrase, by the way, so expect to see it a lot.) Naturally, a lot of these problems and others could be solved or at least ameliorated with the Economic Democracy Act, but that might actually work, so they run away from it as fast as they can: