Archive for June, 2003

I’m Back

Wednesday, June 25, 2003 5:48 No Comments

I’m in Alabama at the Mises Institute. I was on the road for awhile, and in addition, I had mega computer problems that would not allow me to dial up, with my laptop, to the Internet while traveling. For those of you have written me, without response, I apologize. I have approximately 480 emails to [...]

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I Quit

Friday, June 20, 2003 3:44 No Comments

Ha – you wish. Blogging might be light for the next ten days or so. (But maybe not.) I’m headed for the Mises Institute for a Robert Higgs history seminar, and after that I’ll be in North Carolina and Tennessee, hiking and mountain biking in the Great Smoky Mountains. A week of intellectual stimulation and [...]

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Father of All Liars

Thursday, June 19, 2003 15:03 No Comments

A reader, CB, sent this brilliant letter to Justin Raimondo has demonstrated yet again why he is the premier investigative journalist on the Internet. His latest article, Behind the Lies, brilliantly deconstructs, once more, the deceptive veneer behind Neoconservatism, in particular its Straussian patrimony. Neoconservatism is merely an ideological mask or rationale for elitist [...]

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Evil Sugar

Thursday, June 19, 2003 14:18 No Comments

More news on the evils of sugar. One in three American kids are destined to become diabetics unless parents stop shoving sugar into their kids mouths, from morning until night. Do you know a diabetic, and therefore get to see what they go through? If you do, you know exactly why you don’t want your [...]

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More Police State, Please

Wednesday, June 18, 2003 15:21 No Comments

And a little rioting on the side, if ya will. You know, every year I hate the police more and more. Is that a horrid thing to say? But I see nothing but trouble from them anymore, even here in the suburbs where I live. And God Bless their little drug war, eh? But in [...]

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Bill O’Reilly: Meet Kid Rock & Friends

Wednesday, June 18, 2003 13:40 No Comments

Bloggers kick a**. Got that? If you aren’t in the mood for a stern a**-kicking, then don’t read this post. I’m in the attack mode, here. Fascist Pig O’Reilly compared Internet writers (mainly bloggers) to corporate criminals. No, I take that back — he brazenly noted that perhaps corporate shenanigans are far less criminal-like than, [...]

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In Defense of Democrats

Wednesday, June 18, 2003 5:10 No Comments

Har – just kidding. But Orrin Hatch wants to destroy personal computers, and now I’m not kidding. To quote Stephan Kinsella from the blog: “And in support of the emerging libertarian view that democrats are becoming the less-evil party, “Rep. Rick Boucher, D-Va., who has been active in copyright debates in Washington, urged Hatch [...]

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Tuesday, June 17, 2003 15:47 No Comments

I captured some good photos this past weekend:

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Daycare Fascism

Tuesday, June 17, 2003 6:16 No Comments

One of my “favorite” fascist economic policies is Daycare. Give a great, big “Heil Hitler!” while reading this piece. (Sent by JC in Maine.) Overall, the message is: * Dumping your kid off with strangers is an “industry,” and a necessary and great form of economic growth.* Children are infrastructure, and are to be built-up [...]

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Blue Underwear

Tuesday, June 17, 2003 5:54 No Comments

In my piece, today, on men and women and the goofy things we do,’s Bob Wallace writes me to confirm one of my many truthisms: “When I went away to college, the first time I did my wash, in total innocence I put my underwear in with my jeans, and my underwear came [...]

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