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Private management and Capitalism saved the American Bison

Posted by in American History, Capitalism

The wild-roaming bison had been hunted mercilessly to the brink of destruction, but widespread private ownership allowed them to flourish.


The Straight Skinny on Powdered Alcohol

Posted by in Alcohol, Capitalism, Colorado Politics

A package of Palcohol is 4″ x 6″….almost five times bigger than a 50ml bottle of liquid alcohol so Palcohol is much harder to conceal.


The War on Childhood Part One: Cupcakes and Lemonade Stands

Posted by in Capitalism, Children, Free Markets

Leftist food control freaks decades ago identified rich, comforting desserts as a threat to humankind, and set out on a quest to shame cupcakes, brownies, cookies and all things baked.


The Best of Cute Kittens Against Socialism

Posted by in Capitalism, Cat Lovers

Give me Liberty…or I’ll scratch your freaking eyes out.


Jobs and Production: The Engines of Freedom

Posted by in Capitalism, Economy, Education

In an article written by Martin Fridson in June, 2013, “Who are the Real Job Creators,” he stated: “True economic growth consists of a rise in the economy’s potential output. An increase in potential output, and by extension, bona fide job creation springs from two sources: (1) Population growth, which raises aggregate demand; and (2) Increased productivity.”


Why Government and Charitable Giving don’t Mix

Posted by in Capitalism, Charity, Christmas

The re-distribution of tax revenues by the government for the purpose of equalizing outcomes for people is not charity because it is someone else’s money and that money was confiscated, not given voluntarily. There IS a distinct and meaningful difference between charity and confiscation.


Tom Turkey goes to Therapy with the Little Red Hen

Posted by in Abnormal Psychology, Capitalism, Zombie Turkeys

How is Socialism like a Turkey Farm?


COVETING AND CAPITALISM

Posted by in 2012 President, Capitalism, Communism

Capitalism is where people with diverse attributes, varying levels of creativity and skill, physical strength, and personal passions can each find prosperity by simply exchanging value for value the dreams encapsulated in their hearts.


ELECTION DECEPTION

Posted by in 2012 Elections, Capitalism, Constitution

Effect 2: Election 2012 has served to dishearten patriots and Conservatives across the country. The utter astonishment experienced by those of us who worked the ground game for Mitt Romney, as we watched the swing states being ripped perversely away from the voice of the people via vote fraud, is still with us. The compounded trauma of watching our Republican Party leadership roll over like Michael Vick’s dogs after a losing round of dog fighting still stings. We feel wiped out and betrayed.


MITT’S MESSAGE OF FREEDOM AND VIRTUE

Posted by in 2012 Elections, Capitalism, Conservatism

This is the beauty of Capitalism when it is not corrupted by the outside intervention of extrinsic powers such as government bureaucrats and power-hungry politicians. Humans respond positively when value is returned for value. The incentive, both physical and spiritual, to progress, invent, explore, and find a better way, always follows in a natural process of exchange of value for value. Only individuals can determine what value is of a worth equivalent to the treasures of thought, industry, and love they have to offer.


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