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Review of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins
Conspiracy arguments are always suspect, since they typically have plausibility but no compelling proof.
H. William Batt, Ph.D.
Jun 18, 2016
Arousing Powerful Resistance
Tallying Earth's worth is not simple addition. It's also strong opposition to subtle powers that be.
Jeffery J. Smith
Mar 4, 2016
How Land Barons, Industrialists, and Bankers Corrupted Economics
The so-called discipline of economics has been systematically corrupted in two major ways.
Mar 1, 2016
The Corruption of Economics
The failure to distinguish land from capital prevents most economists from “diagnosing problems, forecasting important trends, and prescribing solutions.”
Jul 23, 2015
The Police Versus the People
Until society confronts victimless laws as violations of liberty, there will be an inherent conflict between the police and the people.
Fred Foldvary, Ph.D.
May 3, 2015
Everything You Suspected About U.S. Gov’t Corruption is True
The stuff you learned about government as a kid is completely wrong. Researchers from Princeton University show what’s really going on.
May 6, 2015