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Gresham’s Dynamic

Gresham’s Dynamic

Almost forty years before the craptastic Wall Street meltdown of 2007-08, an economist named George Akerlof published an article titled “The Market for Lemons” in the 1970 issue of the… Read more »

The coming decentralization of Manufacturing

The coming decentralization of Manufacturing

The move towards decentralization is on.  Large scale centralized power is inevitably doomed but they will not go down without a fight.  As James Dale Davison and Lord William Rees-Moog presciently wrote 15 years… Read more »

The Hangover

The Hangover

If you don’t drink, this post may not make a lot of sense to you, and good for you. But for the rest of us we better get ready for… Read more »

Unmanned Drones: It turns out we can spy too!

Unmanned Drones: It turns out we can spy too!

“Mechanical Hound never fails. Never since its first use in tracking quarry has this incredible invention made a mistake. Tonight, this network is proud to have the opportunity to follow… Read more »

Drudge headline of the year?

Drudge headline of the year?

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The growing American police state

The growing American police state

I don’t really care if peaceful protestors are dope smoking hippies, anarchists, or OWS’ers on the left or Tea Partiers, Libertarians or members of the sovereign movement on the right… Read more »

Things that make you slap your forehead… TSA edition

Things that make you slap your forehead… TSA edition

So, I’m sure I’ll end up on a list somewhere for this… But the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is warning Americans this Thanksgiving about the national security threat of…… Read more »

The coming decentralization of food production

The coming decentralization of food production

Humanity is entering an age of accelerating decentralization and complexity.  The turmoil we are witnessing globally is a manifestation of this and suggests a turning point altogether as cataclysmic as… Read more »

The secret scourge of progressive corporatism

The secret scourge of progressive corporatism

There was an interesting Washington Post story last week about Molly Katchpole, a mostly unemployed 22-year-old progressive activist who started a petition to pressure Bank of America to back off… Read more »

Who holds your leash?

Who holds your leash?

Yesterday I got a note from Robert Kiyosaki that said… Today, there are millions of people protesting in parks all over the world.  They want to express their pain and… Read more »

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