Friday, August 29, 2014

  • Fashion designers
  • Computer hardware engineers
  • High school teachers
  • Registered nurses
  • Farmworkers, livestock
  • Legislators
  • Anesthesiologists
  • Chief executives
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Logging workers
  • Cooks, fast food
  • Clergy
  • Petroleum engineers

The Criminalisation of American Business

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GSC- Government Supporting Conservatives

Conservatives who mouth platitudes about liberty and free markets, but who ultimately come down on the side of government interventions in many cases.

In Why I Am Not A Coservatve, FriedrichHayek observed:

[O]ne of the fundamental traits of the conservative attitude is a fear of change, a timid distrust of the new as such,while the liberal position is based on courage and confidence, on a
preparedness to let change run its course even if we cannot predict where it will lead.
There would not be much to object to if the conservatives merely disliked too rapid
change in institutions and public policy; here the case for caution and slow process is
indeed strong. But the conservatives are inclined to use the powers of government to
prevent change or to limit its rate to whatever appeals to the more timid mind. In looking
forward, they lack the faith in the spontaneous forces of adjustment which makes the
liberal accept changes without apprehension, even though he does not know how the
necessary adaptations will be brought about. It is, indeed, part of the liberal attitude to
assume that, especially in the economic field, the self-regulating forces of the market will
somehow bring about the required adjustments to new conditions, although no one can
foretell how they will do this in a particular instance. There is perhaps no single factor
contributing so much to people's frequent reluctance to let the market work as their
inability to conceive how some necessary balance, between demand and supply, between
exports and imports, or the like, will be brought about without deliberate control. The
conservative feels safe and content only if he is assured that some higher wisdom watches
and supervises change, only if he knows that some authority is charged with keeping the
change "orderly."

This fear of trusting uncontrolled social forces is closely related to two other
characteristics of conservatism: its fondness for authority and its lack of understanding of
economic forces. Since it distrusts both abstract theories and general principles,[6] it
neither understands those spontaneous forces on which a policy of freedom relies nor
possesses a basis for formulating principles of policy

Monday, August 4, 2014

Robert Ringer's Fast Track to Dealmaking Fortunes

I want to make it clear that Fast Track to Dealmaking Fortunes is not a "system." To be blunt about it, so-called success systems are B.S. — all of them — and you can quote me on that. Nor is it a "secret." Admittedly, using the word secret is sometimes justified as a figure of speech, but, in the literal sense, it, too, is nonsense.

By contrast, Fast Track to Dealmaking Fortunes is a straightforward presentation of dealmaking strategies and techniques that have actually worked for me in real life — spectacularly well — through both good times and bad, in both strong and weak economies. These include methods that have not only earned me millions of dollars, but have made it possible for me to make untold millions of dollars for others as well.
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Sunday, August 3, 2014

BREAKING: Rand Paul To Shed Isolationist Image with Speech at National Defense University

On CNN's Inside Politics, Politico’s Mike Allen shared important reporting about an effort by Rand Paul to address what is perhaps his most significant obstacle as he pursues the 2016 GOP presidential nomination: the isolationist label, reports Political Ticker.

Allen said on the show that Rand is planning a high-profile pitch at the National Defense University this fall to address  critics, and attempt to reposition himself on the foreign policy spectrum.

“He’s going to argue that he’s smack in the middle - the same place that George H.W. Bush was, that Reagan was, and that Ike was,” said Allen.