Monthly Archives: December 2012

Why central planning is stupid, or the mind of the market

It has been mentioned before that central planning is stupid. The problem is, most people don’t actually know what that means.  Well, this post aims to solve that little oversight. It turns out that the main difference between capitalism and … Continue reading

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Today, you’d like a hot dog.

Well, it’s that time again.  You’d like a hot dog.  No, trust me, you DO.  Now, you know how to fill that urge, right?  Suppose you told your spouse you’d like a hot dog?  Would they know what you meant?  Your … Continue reading

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A fiscal view of moral behavior

Ethical and moral behavior are ideas which straddle most of the worlds religions, and while there are differences, there is more overlap.  Generally, edicts against theft, promiscuity, warnings against gluttony, sloth, envy, wrath, warnings against excess of eating and drinking, even codes about … Continue reading

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Time and Politics

Today I’d like to talk a bit about the Objective behind Capitalism and Socialism. a major difference in objectives between the two extremes is the time the two sides are focused on.  While it is generally true that Socialists attempt … Continue reading

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