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Central Planning: “Today Your City, Tomorrow the World.” The Economics of War

Central Planning: “Today Your City, Tomorrow the World.” The Economics of War “When authority presents itself in the guise of organization, it develops charms fascinating enough to convert communities of free people into totalitarian States.” —-“The Times” (London) War, central … Continue reading

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The Mouse Trap, the Maze, Mice-Men and the Administrative State

The Mouse Trap, the Maze, Mice-Men and the Administrative State “The invention of the mouse-trap does not date from our days; as soon as societies, in organizing themselves, invented any kind of police, that police, in its turn, invented mouse-traps.”* … Continue reading

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Spirit of Begging, Spirit of Bondage and the Specter of Liberty

Spirit of Begging, Spirit of Bondage and the Specter of Liberty Mendicant: Depending on alms for a living; begging. Pertaining to or like a beggar. A beggar. In our last blog post https://dawnkazmierzak.net/2015/02/02/eyewitness-to-musketeers-monarchs-ministers-and-mobs-of-plundering/ we introduced French Economist Statesman, Frederic Bastiat … Continue reading

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The Monarchs, the Ministers, the Musketeers and the Plunder Games

The Monarchs, the Ministers, the Musketeers and the Plunder Games “Tre’ville had discovered the weak side of his master, and it was to this address that he owed the long and constant favour of a king who had not left … Continue reading

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Assessing Insanity: Life Before the Federal Administrative State

Assessing Insanity: Life Before the Federal Administrative State Assessing the Insanity from 500 feet and 50 years. Sitting back cruising at a low altitude, one cannot help but be shocked at the Insanity of the current education coercion, cost, chaos … Continue reading

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