Chavez came to power an ardent socialist, a firm believer in "social justice". At the time of his death his family were billionaires and the economy in a complete shambles. The country is on the road to Zimbabwe with the most recent actions. The mind of the nazi, the socialist, the communist, the progressive, the … Continue reading The Inevitable Conclusion
The militarization of the local police and every nitwit bureaucracy is going to lead to more and more "accidents." When you stop being a civil servant and perceive yourself as civil enforcer, violence will surely follow. Angelo Codevilla in a recent article notes the following: Modern militarized government stems from the Progressive idea that society … Continue reading Smokey, the Commando
This is how it looks: The United States has 5 percent of the world’s people, 25 percent of its incarcerated people, and half of its trained lawyers (who now take about 10 percent of the GDP); the legal system is an embarrassment, and the criminal-justice system is a disgrace, in which prosecutors win 99.5 percent … Continue reading Life in a Soft Tyranny
I thought I wasted a lot of money in a start up once when we burned through 3 million and never got to market. But healthcare.gov, wow, this has to be a new record for a launch: $634,320,919.
So the vast majority of useful websites run by the US Bureaucracy are down, except this one. It's like the whole shutdown is one big farce or something.
We now have in charge the worst corporate leadership in the history of the United States as Byron York reports: Companies lay off thousands, then demand immigration reform for new labor They are by any measure simply a reflection of the rapid decline in Western civilization. What this article shows is that to ascend to … Continue reading Enemies of the Common Man
If you work for a major corporation and you working extended hours, which has been called "volunteer time" this article at CNN should convince you, you're working too hard and in vain. It also explains rising inequality. It's the primary reason I left corporate America five years ago. I just wasn't seeing the reward for … Continue reading Stop Killing Yourself