Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Myth that is the Rule of Law

A great article by Tom Engelhardt over at Salon.com will make it hard to deny the hard fact that there is no longer such a thing as the ‘Rule of Law’ (though I would argue that its death began in the mid 1800’s, and its final days have come under this current regime). “…At least […]

The Future of Money?

‘Bitcoin’ is an interesting example of the future of money. Bitcoin is a non-asset backed and non-state controlled money. With the Fed destroying the value of our money it comes as no surprise that we should start to see such experiments as these. I tend to be skeptical of such non-asset backed currencies, but it […]

The Hypocrisy of Partisanship

It is funny, in a way, how people view politics. For most it is like any professional sport, they choose a team at some point in their life, based on some illogical rationale, such as the color of their uniforms, a family member who roots for them, or maybe it was the only team on […]