Category Archives: Government

China is at War With the World — In One Way or Another

Why is China Attacking the US? This is an easy question. China is attacking the US because China is #2, and the US stands in its way. In order to become #1 — even in East Asia — China must … Continue reading

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Making Government Unnecessary: Brew Your Own Drugs and Chemicals at Home

Automated Molecular Synthesis vs. Biosynthesis of Drugs The image above displays Martin Burke’s molecule-making machine. It is capable of automated chemical synthesis, sometimes described as a “3D Printer for Chemicals.” The machine is meant to facilitate the automated synthesis of … Continue reading

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US Charitable Giving: Government vs Private

US Government Global Humanitarian Assistance In the fiscal year 2015, the US Agency for International Develepment (USAID) and the Department of State provided more than $6bn in life-saving humanitarian assistance. __ http://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2015/dec/10/global-humanitarian-crisis-continuous-increase-funding Private US Charitable Giving In 2014, the largest … Continue reading

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Universities? Burn Them to the Ground

This is higher ed’s time for choosing. If this is the new purpose of the universities—to nurture a crop of activists trained at whipping up angry mobs, and a generation of college graduates conditioned to submit to those mobs—then there … Continue reading

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Poland Rising: Eyes Leadership Role in E. Europe

Over its long history, Poland has endured numerous changes of fortune. It has been often invaded and looted, with many of its best minds massacred by enemies wishing to destroy Poland’s ruling classes. But Poland has also — in heroic … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Child: Making Government Superfluous

Republished from The Dangerous Child blog Most of us enjoy living in prosperous and harmonious societies. We want to believe that we can sleep soundly in our homes without fear of being invaded and brutalised — and that our automobiles … Continue reading

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Disruptive Emerging Innovation: Making Government Superfluous

Making Government Superfluous: Emerging Disruptive Innovation Many “futurists” and technology observers often fall for “Gee Whiz!” technologies, which all too suddenly fall into the “so what?” category. Most new consumer electronics fads, for example, tend to follow that pattern. This … Continue reading

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Making Government Superfluous

Using Transgenic Plants to Grow Your Own Drugs and Medicines Transgenic plants contain genetic building blocks from other plant or animal species. This allows the plant to produce bio-chemicals which the plant would not naturally produce on its own. The … Continue reading

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Are Wind Energy Advocates Terrorists?

Wind Farms Don’t Make Economic Sense … the observation of serial wind energy “investor” Warren Buffett: “We get a tax credit if we build a lot of wind farms. That’s the only reason to build them. They don’t make sense … Continue reading

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Collapse of the US “Imminent”

Challenges posed by Russia, China, and the Islamic State confront the US with insoluble foreign policy dilemmas. There is no easy way out of any of these conflicts. When combined with US domestic problems — the race war of blacks … Continue reading

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Cyborgs, Slaves, and Superfluous Humans

Within the next 200 years, humans will have become so merged with technology that [some of us will] have evolved into “God-like cyborgs”, according to Yuval Noah Harari . . . . . . Many researchers believe that we’ve already … Continue reading

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The Art of Peacefully Overthrowing Governments

Peaceful overthrow of an established government is an art, not a science. If you want to bring about a kindly revolution, you must know the nation and its people intimately, and act accordingly. When the government of Iceland was peacefully … Continue reading

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Tough Love Private Law Enforcement in Texas Gets Results

Murray Rothbard and other anarchocapitalists claimed that private contractors could work better than public monopolies. Sharpstown, Texas — a town of 66,000 near Houston — decided to find out. In 2012 Sharpstown fired the constable service and hired the private … Continue reading

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Governments: Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Kill Them

Some countries allow more freedom and opportunity for their citizens and residents than others. Some nations are more prosperous and welcoming than others. By observing the flow of talented and ambitious emigrants and immigrants, one can get a general measurement … Continue reading

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What Would a Rational Society Do With Its “Elite Overproduction?”

“elite overproduction” … refers to a growing class of elites who are competing for a limited number of elite positions, such as political appointments. __Klint Finley in Wired Magazine Elite overproduction also refers to tenured professorships at elite universities, “thinktank” … Continue reading

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Small Technology and the Death of Big Government

As powerful technologies grow smaller, more capable, more affordable, and more concealable, large and oppressive governments grow less viable. If a person can supply his own food, clothing, shelter, security, health care, and means of income — all at a … Continue reading

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Disposing of the Corpse

Death is a normal part of the cycle of life. If one lives long enough, he is likely to see a good share of corpses. As the global Idiocracy descends upon human populations, it is particularly important for Dangerous Children … Continue reading

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What Must We Do to Escape the Skankstream Cathedral?

The Cathedral — The self-organizing consensus of Progressives and Progressive ideology represented by the universities, the media, and the civil service. A term coined by blogger Mencius Moldbug. The Cathedral has no central administrator, but represents a consensus acting as … Continue reading

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Google: Government Is Likely to Collapse Under Its Own Weight

To be precise, Google’s co-founder Larry Page said: … regulation that “increases without bounds” is likely to lead government “to collapse under its own weight:” _ http://reason.com/blog/2014/07/08/googles-larry-page-i-think-the-governmen Denizens of Washington DC seem to believe that government was meant to do … Continue reading

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Tyranny vs. Opportunity: Decline or Prosperity

Under US President Obama, the US continues to decline in the global rankings of economic freedom and opportunity. The U.S. is the only country to have recorded a loss of economic freedom each of the past seven years. __PersonalLiberty http://personalliberty.com/2014/01/15/heritage-the-wall-street-journal-bemoan-rapid-decline-in-u-s-economic-freedom-under-obama/Continue reading

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Bad Government Policies Portend Dystopian Future

As the world moves more deeply into a narrowing set of futures, a few things become more clear. None of the utopian futures which have been predicted by pundits, bureaucrats, visionaries, and speculative writers, are likely to come about. The … Continue reading

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