Category: Politics

The Loss of Dollar Hegemony

By Rod Brana 4 April 2023 At the end of World War II, the US emerged as the only power without wholesale destruction of its cities and towns, with its manufacturing at its peak, and its infrastructure unscathed. This position of dominance was further enforced and cemented by the US dollar becoming the currency of trade and reserve that is the basis of economic activity in the world. The advantage of having the dollar, which the US could “print” (now...

The Sovietification of American Medicine

Presented at ‘Liberty Speaks II’ Oct 9th, 2022 by Irene Mavrakakis MD. Hi Let’s do a mini review of some economic concepts discussed by Jorge yesterday. The great ‘Austrian Economist’ and 1974 Nobel Laureate F.A. Hayek, in some of his writings like ‘The Use of Knowledge in Society’ and  ‘Competition as a discovery procedure’ helped us realize that economic competition is how we discover and spread superior information throughout society. For example, a Honda engineer in Tokyo, may have invented...

How The ‘Austrian School’ Economists Saved Civilization Via The Publication Of F.A. Hayek’s ‘The Road To Serfdom’ And The Need For A Repeat.

In this article we want to summarize arguably one of the most important, yet little-known and appreciated achievements of all time. The temporary defeat of the disastrous Socialist/Communist ideology, not just intellectually, but also politically. Socialist ideology is once again growing rapidly and hopefully enough people realize how all we have to do is learn from the men who already saved us in the past. The disastrous Communist ideological expansion which accelerated when Vladimir Lenin and his ‘Bolsheviks’ created the...

Review of and thoughts regarding Benjamin Netanyahu’s Autobiography ‘Bibi: My Story’

Listening to ‘Bibi: My Story’ made me realize that Zionism is essentially another movement like Socialism, where many wonderful and bright people fooled themselves into a monumental error. I’ve felt like Zionism and resulting Israeli state as it currently functions has been a monumental error for a while, but the similarities to Socialism, not in the economic sense(which it had in its early history), but in the misguided-ideological-movement-sense did not become so clear as when learning about Bibi’s life and...

Ending the Ukraine-Russia War: A Simple Solution

Introduction In August 10, 1915, British physicist Henry Mosely, who would have probably won the Nobel Prize that year, died in perhaps the most disastrous error mankind has thus far made, The First World War (1914–18). Bright and pious slightly smarter apes that had absorbed German-French-British-Russian “identities”… students, fathers, engineers, “great minds” and “experts”, who even shared a common European Christian faith, reverted to their tribal ape-like nature, and for God, honor, flag and country, slaughtered each other leading to...

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The Ethos of Ludwig von Mises

One of the most irritating things about being an intellectual descendent of Ludwig von Mises and fellow members of the so-called ‘Austrian School of Economics’ like its founder Carl Menger and 1974 Nobel Laureate in Economics F.A. Hayek, is having a superb understanding of the world thanks to these men’s writings, yet see mankind continuously march towards disaster in a seemingly easily predictable manner. If you are aware of these men’s ideas you will no doubt understand. But something else...

PART 1: The Man Destroyed by Hunter Biden 0

PART 1: The Man Destroyed by Hunter Biden

“You may have heard that President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, abandoned a laptop at a repair shop in Delaware. What you may not be aware of is one man lost everything in order to bring the contents of the laptop to the FBI. This is a rare interview with John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of the now closed Mac shop in Wilmington, Delaware” by.Greg Boulden, America Out Loud.

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