Updated 03-06-2011 at 08:40 PM by MRoCkEd
Alex Merced discusses the free market history of Europe and how it's important to think of countries based on where they've been and where they are going, instead of just where they are now.
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As we journey through the third credit induced bubble in the past decade (dot-com, housing) it is important to remember how quickly the illusion of prosperity can evaporate in the next bust.
The legendary Ludwig von Mises wrote way back in 1931 after a massive bear market rally had corrected the stock market back to near pre-crash levels and shortly before the stock market and the economy resumed their downward trajectory:
“Credit expansion cannot increase the supply
The following experience of mine is very important, which is why I am sharing it with all of you. Please don't hesitate to email me at pookzta[at]gmail[dot]com with any questions, or if you would like copies of the emails I received from these high-ranking military officers. Here is my story:
U.S. Army Major Doug Rokke (ret.) spontaneously contacted me on March 4th, 2010 and tried to convince me that only nano-thermite or other explosives were used on
Updated 02-26-2011 at 09:05 PM by pookzta
I'm going to start writing about controversial topics that interest me and share my unorthodox viewpoints. Share your thoughts and feel free to challenge me.
Today I'm going to focus on collective bargaining, particularly in the public sector. This is a topic in the news because of a stand-off between lawmakers and unions in Wisconsin who oppose the governor and Republican majority's plan to reduce union benefits and strictly limit public collective bargaining rights to decisions