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Christopher Cantwell35,159At midnight, the United States Federal Government will run out of cash. It's agents have taken to the airwaves to tell us how horrible a place the world will become, without our national parks and other "non-essential" personnel, but we're pretty sure we can do without them. So let's celebrate the beginning of the end, for our enemy, the State! "As politicians and main stream media outlets scramble to convince Americans that the sky is indeed falling, others are making hors d'oeuvres, chilling champagne, and preparing playlists. They plan to party like it's 1776." http://www.christophercantwell.com/2013/09/28/americans-celebrate-possibility-of-government-shutdown/Countdown to a Government Shutdown, Party!2013-10-01 01:00:00154  

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2016-04-24 03:59:32 (46 comments; 4 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

Please Hillary, please make Elizabeth Warren your vice presidential nominee. It would be so fun to watch.

Most reshares: 4

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2016-04-24 03:59:32 (46 comments; 4 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

Please Hillary, please make Elizabeth Warren your vice presidential nominee. It would be so fun to watch.

Most plusones: 17

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2016-04-24 03:59:32 (46 comments; 4 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

Please Hillary, please make Elizabeth Warren your vice presidential nominee. It would be so fun to watch.

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2016-04-27 19:26:01 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-27 18:09:16 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

Don't Trigger Me!

Don't Trigger Me!___

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2016-04-27 15:16:11 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-27 03:26:01 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

'Why won't my arms move?'

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2016-04-27 00:12:26 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Lagoon: Land of Druids Board Game
List Price:  $34.99
Price:  $11.15 & FREE Shipping 

Lagoon: Land of Druids Board Game
List Price:  $34.99
Price:  $11.15 & FREE Shipping ___

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2016-04-25 17:48:19 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-25 16:01:54 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-25 02:11:28 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Of course, the “kids-these-days” and “leniency” stories couldn’t be any further from the truth. The vast majority of parents admit to hitting their children on a fairly consistent basis. Homes and schools, the two places kids spend the vast majority of their time, have never had more rules and regulations at any point in history than they do now. The implementation of authoritarianism is at an all time high.
 
Maybe this idea that “kids are out of control” is simply not true. And maybe in the few cases where it is true, it’s driven by the fact that they’re locked inside of the psychological prison of authoritarianism. Or the fact that they’re locked in the actual prisons of public and private school systems.

We hit them (to teach them not to hit), we rage at them (to teach them to communicate in a nicer way), we coerce them with punishments and rewards (can youteach authenticity throu... more »

Of course, the “kids-these-days” and “leniency” stories couldn’t be any further from the truth. The vast majority of parents admit to hitting their children on a fairly consistent basis. Homes and schools, the two places kids spend the vast majority of their time, have never had more rules and regulations at any point in history than they do now. The implementation of authoritarianism is at an all time high.
 
Maybe this idea that “kids are out of control” is simply not true. And maybe in the few cases where it is true, it’s driven by the fact that they’re locked inside of the psychological prison of authoritarianism. Or the fact that they’re locked in the actual prisons of public and private school systems.

We hit them (to teach them not to hit), we rage at them (to teach them to communicate in a nicer way), we coerce them with punishments and rewards (can you teach authenticity through inauthenticity?), we discard their intrinsic desires while force-feeding them our brand of “education” and “life experience,” we teach them that their emotions are undesirable (while we rage and shame and play the victim card and bitch about everything under the sun), we love them conditionally (while claiming it’s for their own good)…

…And most of all, we see nothing wrong with us. It’s always the child that’s broken and needs fixing. No matter how obviously hypocritical we are as parents, the child deserved it.___

2016-04-25 01:53:59 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

NYT will always be evenhanded whenever it is the government breaking the law. It may suggest that maybe caging someone for a year might have been a mistake, but it will always point out how it was the victim's fault. 

NYT will always be evenhanded whenever it is the government breaking the law. It may suggest that maybe caging someone for a year might have been a mistake, but it will always point out how it was the victim's fault. ___

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2016-04-24 03:59:32 (46 comments; 4 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

Please Hillary, please make Elizabeth Warren your vice presidential nominee. It would be so fun to watch.

Please Hillary, please make Elizabeth Warren your vice presidential nominee. It would be so fun to watch.___

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2016-04-23 02:39:14 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 8 +1s)Open 

😂😂😃😃

😂😂😃😃___

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2016-04-22 22:03:48 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

My favorite choose your own adventure book as a child, +Tim S​ & +Matthew H​.

My favorite choose your own adventure book as a child, +Tim S​ & +Matthew H​.___

2016-04-22 20:08:09 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

1: “Civilization Will End Within 15 or 30 Years.”
2: “100-200 Million People Per Year Will Be Starving to Death During the Next Ten Years.”
3: “Population Will Inevitably and Completely Outstrip Whatever Small Increases in Food Supplies We Make.”
4: “Demographers Agree Almost Unanimously … Thirty Years From Now, the Entire World … Will Be in Famine.”
5: “In A Decade, Urban Dwellers Will Have to Wear Gas Masks to Survive Air Pollution.”
6: “Childbearing [Will Be] A Punishable Crime Against Society, Unless the Parents Hold a Government License.”
7: “By the Year 2000 … There Won’t Be Any More Crude Oil.”

1: “Civilization Will End Within 15 or 30 Years.”
2: “100-200 Million People Per Year Will Be Starving to Death During the Next Ten Years.”
3: “Population Will Inevitably and Completely Outstrip Whatever Small Increases in Food Supplies We Make.”
4: “Demographers Agree Almost Unanimously … Thirty Years From Now, the Entire World … Will Be in Famine.”
5: “In A Decade, Urban Dwellers Will Have to Wear Gas Masks to Survive Air Pollution.”
6: “Childbearing [Will Be] A Punishable Crime Against Society, Unless the Parents Hold a Government License.”
7: “By the Year 2000 … There Won’t Be Any More Crude Oil.”___

2016-04-22 03:47:30 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Trump’s children’s book (two minutes)

http://www.ebaumsworld.com/media/embed/84870597

Trump’s children’s book (two minutes)

http://www.ebaumsworld.com/media/embed/84870597___

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2016-04-22 03:43:28 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-22 03:42:45 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

According to US patent law, if there’s “prior art“—in this case, a previously published version of the idea—no one can file a patent on it. He’s posted 4.2 million such ideas and counting.

According to US patent law, if there’s “prior art“—in this case, a previously published version of the idea—no one can file a patent on it. He’s posted 4.2 million such ideas and counting.___

2016-04-21 22:39:03 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

Vast areas of the contiguous US have warmed considerably during winters without becoming unbearably hot during the summers, making the climate generally more agreeable to the public. A new study has found that 80% of the American population lives in areas where the weather has become more “preferable” since 1974.

According to the analysis by Duke University and New York University, 99% of Americans live in places where the average January temperature has increased, with just 60% in locations where the July temperature has risen. Rainfall and humidity changes have also, largely, changed by a favorable degree for many Americans.

This shift to more temperate conditions means that “virtually all Americans are now experiencing the much milder winters that they typically prefer, and these mild winters have not been offset by markedly more uncomfortable summers or other negativechanges,... more »

Vast areas of the contiguous US have warmed considerably during winters without becoming unbearably hot during the summers, making the climate generally more agreeable to the public. A new study has found that 80% of the American population lives in areas where the weather has become more “preferable” since 1974.

According to the analysis by Duke University and New York University, 99% of Americans live in places where the average January temperature has increased, with just 60% in locations where the July temperature has risen. Rainfall and humidity changes have also, largely, changed by a favorable degree for many Americans.

This shift to more temperate conditions means that “virtually all Americans are now experiencing the much milder winters that they typically prefer, and these mild winters have not been offset by markedly more uncomfortable summers or other negative changes,” the paper found.___

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2016-04-21 21:10:07 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

#atheist #atheism #godless 

#atheist #atheism #godless ___

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2016-04-21 20:01:28 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-21 18:08:33 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

I am always amazed how various forms of statism seem to have no regional distribution. Why doesn't this follow a red/blue or north/south or some other pattern?

https://fee.org/articles/the-hidden-tax-that-costs-households-up-to-1-500-a-year/

I am always amazed how various forms of statism seem to have no regional distribution. Why doesn't this follow a red/blue or north/south or some other pattern?

https://fee.org/articles/the-hidden-tax-that-costs-households-up-to-1-500-a-year/___

2016-04-21 00:11:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

She does not like to talk about those consequences of interventionism. It’s much more fun to drive like a bat out of hell to make a photo-op in the countryside so as to show the other “humanitarian” elites and interventionists how much she cares about the plight of African children. Except, of course, the poor seven year old child who in all the excitement of the visit from that great power so far away accidentally stepped out in front of Ambassador Power’s speeding motorcade and was smashed.

She does not like to talk about those consequences of interventionism. It’s much more fun to drive like a bat out of hell to make a photo-op in the countryside so as to show the other “humanitarian” elites and interventionists how much she cares about the plight of African children. Except, of course, the poor seven year old child who in all the excitement of the visit from that great power so far away accidentally stepped out in front of Ambassador Power’s speeding motorcade and was smashed.___

2016-04-20 22:57:51 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

“If the science is settled, why do we need research scientists to continue inquiring into the settled science?”






https://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/04/19/aussie-attorney-general-if-the-climate-science-is-settled-why-do-we-need-research-scientists-to-continue-inquiring-into-the-settled-science/

“If the science is settled, why do we need research scientists to continue inquiring into the settled science?”






https://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/04/19/aussie-attorney-general-if-the-climate-science-is-settled-why-do-we-need-research-scientists-to-continue-inquiring-into-the-settled-science/___

2016-04-20 18:56:55 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

In the Old South, slaves could buy their freedom too. 

In the Old South, slaves could buy their freedom too. ___

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2016-04-20 17:55:23 (5 comments; 3 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

I can't wait for the first State of the Union speech. The next eight years will be so much fun!

I can't wait for the first State of the Union speech. The next eight years will be so much fun!___

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2016-04-20 16:22:31 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Scandinavian countries became a real life version of the old joke about how to make a small fortune; you start with a large one.

Sanders' image of Scandinavia is just like the rest of his policies: stuck in the 1970s. Until that decade, Sweden and Denmark had grown much faster than other European countries and had become richer than most other countries on the planet, in large part by limiting government and embracing markets. (Norway is a special case, because oil and gas make up 22 percent of GDP, just a few percentage points below Venezuela. So unless Sanders' policy proposal is to strike oil, the Norwegian example is not relevant.)

During its laissez faire period, between 1850 and 1950, Swedish income per capita increased eightfold as the population doubled. Infant mortality fell from 15 to 2 percent, and life expectancy increased by a whopping 28 years. And all this happened before the welfare state was even a glint in the taxman's eye.

As late as 1950, total taxes as a percent of GDP in Denmark and Sweden were not just lower than in other European countries but lower than in the U.S.: 20 and 19 percent, respectively, vs. 24 percent in America.

It was at this point, when we Scandinavians had satisfied our thirst, that we thought that we could turn our backs to the well. We began to regulate. We increased taxes and beefed up the public sector. It's easy to see how foreigners observing the implementation of these unorthodox policies might confuse cause and effect. But those who think the semi-socialism made us rich would also probably look at a snapshot of Bill Gates and conclude that you become the world's wealthiest man by giving your money away.

Instead, the Scandinavian countries became a real life version of the old joke about how to make a small fortune; you start with a large one. Sweden took democratic socialist policies further than its neighbors, and as a result its economy fell more steeply. Slowly but steadily the policies of Prime Ministers Tage Erlander and Olof Palme eroded productivity and the long-renowned Scandinavian work ethic. In 1970, Sweden was 25 percent richer than the OECD average. Twenty years later, the average had almost caught up with us. Once the fourth richest country on the planet, Sweden was now the fourteenth.

It was a disaster for entrepreneurship and employment. During this time, not a single job was created in the private sector (on net), despite a growing population. As of 2000, just one of the 50 biggest Swedish companies had been founded after 1970.

As the Social Democratic finance minister Bosse Ringholm admitted in 2002: "If Sweden would have had the same growth rates as the OECD average since 1970, our common resources would have been so much bigger that it would be the equivalent of 20,000 SEK ($2,400) more per household per month."___Scandinavian countries became a real life version of the old joke about how to make a small fortune; you start with a large one.

2016-04-20 04:10:48 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

Truth is treason in an empire of lies.

Truth is treason in an empire of lies.___

2016-04-20 03:46:59 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

there’s a “replication crisis” in science. This is particularly true in the field of experimental psychology, where far too many prestigious psychology studies simply can’t be reliably replicated. But it’s not just psychology. In 2011, the pharmaceutical company Bayer looked at 67 blockbuster drug discovery research findings published in prestigious journals, and found that three-fourths of them weren’t right. Another study of cancer research found that only 11 percent of preclinical cancer research could be reproduced. Even in physics, supposedly the hardest and most reliable of all sciences, Wilson points out that “two of the most vaunted physics results of the past few years — the announced discovery of both cosmic inflation and gravitational waves at the BICEP2 experiment in Antarctica, and the supposed discovery of superluminal neutrinos at the Swiss-Italian border — have now beenretracted, with f... more »

there’s a “replication crisis” in science. This is particularly true in the field of experimental psychology, where far too many prestigious psychology studies simply can’t be reliably replicated. But it’s not just psychology. In 2011, the pharmaceutical company Bayer looked at 67 blockbuster drug discovery research findings published in prestigious journals, and found that three-fourths of them weren’t right. Another study of cancer research found that only 11 percent of preclinical cancer research could be reproduced. Even in physics, supposedly the hardest and most reliable of all sciences, Wilson points out that “two of the most vaunted physics results of the past few years — the announced discovery of both cosmic inflation and gravitational waves at the BICEP2 experiment in Antarctica, and the supposed discovery of superluminal neutrinos at the Swiss-Italian border — have now been retracted, with far less fanfare than when they were first published.”___

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2016-04-20 03:29:34 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 10 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-19 20:45:23 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

The State is Chaos. There is no master plan to destroy people's lives. Instead, those who can do whatever they want will randomly impose their will on the rest of us, punishing independent of guilt, permitting independent of innocence. And we are told that things would be much worse if people didn't submit to this. 

"We don't need a warrant"
Video → http://bit.ly/1Wzm1DN___The State is Chaos. There is no master plan to destroy people's lives. Instead, those who can do whatever they want will randomly impose their will on the rest of us, punishing independent of guilt, permitting independent of innocence. And we are told that things would be much worse if people didn't submit to this. 

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2016-04-18 16:36:06 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 0 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-17 17:20:27 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

A nation of pussies

A nation of pussies___

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2016-04-16 22:07:24 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

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2016-04-16 04:33:15 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

watch it

Watch it. ___watch it

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2016-04-16 03:14:45 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

When an individual does this, it's called doxing. When you want to dox everyone on the internet, you ask for money. 

When an individual does this, it's called doxing. When you want to dox everyone on the internet, you ask for money. ___

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2016-04-16 02:51:04 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

Je suis Böhmermann
"Freedom of Speech" shouldn't depend on who you criticize.

Je suis Böhmermann
"Freedom of Speech" shouldn't depend on who you criticize.___

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2016-04-16 00:22:05 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

He didn't make the income tax, he made it better. 

___He didn't make the income tax, he made it better. 

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2016-04-14 23:41:24 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

At this price I had to take the plunge. 
Price:  $16.75 & FREE Shipping
You Save:  $33.24 (66%)

At this price I had to take the plunge. 
Price:  $16.75 & FREE Shipping
You Save:  $33.24 (66%)___

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2016-04-14 20:03:24 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

“This case is difficult because it's obviously a parody, designed to look very much like a religion. Existing case law is not particularly well-suited for such a situation, because it was developed to address more ad hoc creeds, not a comprehensive but plainly satirical doctrine,” said the Judge. "But enough of Christianity and the Bible," he continued, "I'm suppose to be making a ruling about the Flying Spaghetti Monster."

#FHM #TouchedByHisNoodlyAppendage

“This case is difficult because it's obviously a parody, designed to look very much like a religion. Existing case law is not particularly well-suited for such a situation, because it was developed to address more ad hoc creeds, not a comprehensive but plainly satirical doctrine,” said the Judge. "But enough of Christianity and the Bible," he continued, "I'm suppose to be making a ruling about the Flying Spaghetti Monster."

#FHM #TouchedByHisNoodlyAppendage___

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2016-04-14 01:40:54 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Liberals are very tolerant of other people—other people who agree with them, that is.

Liberals are very tolerant of other people—other people who agree with them, that is.___

2016-04-14 01:34:01 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Even when Mises was writing, he noted the growing bureaucratization of private enterprise as as result of various government interventions. Every tax, mandate, and regulations imposes costs, distorts market signalling, blocks people from professions, traps people in jobs they don’t like, subsidizes bigness over creativity, and reduces labor mobility.

Look how much worse things have become in 90 years. These compromises of market freedom add up over time and take a huge human toll. In practice, these interventions have robbed the individual employee of a sense of controlling volition. If you don’t really face a range of employment options, if you are stuck and don’t know how to get out, if you cling to a job just because it pays the bills even though you are otherwise miserable, something is seriously wrong.

Even when Mises was writing, he noted the growing bureaucratization of private enterprise as as result of various government interventions. Every tax, mandate, and regulations imposes costs, distorts market signalling, blocks people from professions, traps people in jobs they don’t like, subsidizes bigness over creativity, and reduces labor mobility.

Look how much worse things have become in 90 years. These compromises of market freedom add up over time and take a huge human toll. In practice, these interventions have robbed the individual employee of a sense of controlling volition. If you don’t really face a range of employment options, if you are stuck and don’t know how to get out, if you cling to a job just because it pays the bills even though you are otherwise miserable, something is seriously wrong.___

2016-04-14 00:25:20 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

This is clever. It's anti-catastrophic insurance. Since it only lasts a year, the insurance companies are not stuck with any expensive ailments for more than a few months, not for the rest of your life. If you reapply, you do so as a high risk person with a high premium, so you just go onto a government plan which many not be great, but is not cripplingly expensive. 

This is clever. It's anti-catastrophic insurance. Since it only lasts a year, the insurance companies are not stuck with any expensive ailments for more than a few months, not for the rest of your life. If you reapply, you do so as a high risk person with a high premium, so you just go onto a government plan which many not be great, but is not cripplingly expensive. ___

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2016-04-13 03:45:19 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

Important PSA via +citizen j​.

Important PSA via +citizen j​.___

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2016-04-13 03:41:08 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

I am amazed just how tiny are the changes Sanders is talking about. No end to global hegemony. No changes in capital ownership or who rules whom. No freedom for people to live their lives. Just a little more coercion in education and retirement and healthcare. Regulations might come out a bit faster, but that's it. And they call it a revolution. 

I am amazed just how tiny are the changes Sanders is talking about. No end to global hegemony. No changes in capital ownership or who rules whom. No freedom for people to live their lives. Just a little more coercion in education and retirement and healthcare. Regulations might come out a bit faster, but that's it. And they call it a revolution. ___

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2016-04-13 03:12:51 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 4 +1s)Open 

This is the War on Terror. This is the sort of High Value Target that we have bankrupted ourselves to kill. Those who try to bring peace and stability, those who tried to shut down the opium trade, those who advocate for gold and prosperity over debt and corruption, these are the people that the US will kill again and again and again. 

This is the War on Terror. This is the sort of High Value Target that we have bankrupted ourselves to kill. Those who try to bring peace and stability, those who tried to shut down the opium trade, those who advocate for gold and prosperity over debt and corruption, these are the people that the US will kill again and again and again. ___

2016-04-13 02:45:21 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

By 1910, fully 45 percent of the professional workforce was made up of women. They almost entirely dominated the teaching profession, for example. Single women increasingly found work as nurses, librarians, secretaries, and social workers, as well as factory workers in the garment industry. Women, most of them unmarried, constituted 21 percent of the entire workforce. New clerical jobs, unknown a century earlier, were everywhere to be had. Women’s wages were rising quickly, by an impressive 16 percent from 1890 through 1920. Nor were women working at “exploitative” wages. A Rand corporation study of wage differentials discovered an interesting fact: women’s wages relative to men’s were higher in 1920 than they were in 1980.

By 1910, fully 45 percent of the professional workforce was made up of women. They almost entirely dominated the teaching profession, for example. Single women increasingly found work as nurses, librarians, secretaries, and social workers, as well as factory workers in the garment industry. Women, most of them unmarried, constituted 21 percent of the entire workforce. New clerical jobs, unknown a century earlier, were everywhere to be had. Women’s wages were rising quickly, by an impressive 16 percent from 1890 through 1920. Nor were women working at “exploitative” wages. A Rand corporation study of wage differentials discovered an interesting fact: women’s wages relative to men’s were higher in 1920 than they were in 1980.___

2016-04-12 03:25:17 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

Disclaimer About Midgets
OUR RELIGION DOES NOT WISH to discriminate or cause hurt feelings among any group—and this is especially true of the very short, who, if provoked, could easily appear out of nowhere and attack. As a solution, we offer the following: To prevent angering the little people community, we suggest that this book be placed on the very highest shelf possible. 

Disclaimer About Midgets
OUR RELIGION DOES NOT WISH to discriminate or cause hurt feelings among any group—and this is especially true of the very short, who, if provoked, could easily appear out of nowhere and attack. As a solution, we offer the following: To prevent angering the little people community, we suggest that this book be placed on the very highest shelf possible. ___

2016-04-11 04:17:15 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

Onions, lardons of bacon and farfalle pasta are placed in a pot. After 15 minutes of cooking with a little water on low heat, a tablespoon of crème fraîche and a raw egg are added, and parmesan cheese and pepper are sprinkled on top.

Onions, lardons of bacon and farfalle pasta are placed in a pot. After 15 minutes of cooking with a little water on low heat, a tablespoon of crème fraîche and a raw egg are added, and parmesan cheese and pepper are sprinkled on top.___

2016-04-09 22:22:50 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 3 +1s)Open 

It always amazes my how many libertarianish economists can overlook governmental regulatory strangulation as the main cause of our ongoing economic tailspin.

It always amazes my how many libertarianish economists can overlook governmental regulatory strangulation as the main cause of our ongoing economic tailspin.___

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2016-04-09 20:52:44 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

It just keeps going.

It just keeps going.___

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