This article from Slate does a very decent job at explaining how bad the economic situation is and will most likely remain so for the foreseeable future. Then near the end, the classic Keynesian slip, “That is not to say that there is nothing to be done, of course, or that the current state of affairs is inevitable. More stimulus or more aggressive monetary policy could help the economy, boosting employment and keeping the self-sustaining recovery going. But such measures are unlikely, given Congress’ concern with the debt ceiling and cutting spending [Emphasis mine].” Print more money? Great idea–bring on hyper-inflation!
“You have the really evil party and you have the really stupid party. Sometimes they get together and do something that is both evil and stupid. That’s bipartisanship!” Tom Woods
The most destructive force of freedom in our society, besides government as a whole, is our public school system. If you care to study the issue further, be sure to check out more of John T. Gatto, as well as Sheldon Richman’s book ‘Separating School and State.’
Goal of this Project: to determine, over a 18-24 month period, to see what unambiguous scientific study and scientific research reveals about the efficacy and/or “cost” of global, national, and regional lockdowns. Hypothesis Attempted: I will desire, however, to bring a hypothesis to the forefront of this project and see if the data and scientific […]