Category Archives: Politics

Chaostan and the Casey Report

According to some Doug Casey is a very successful investing hyena; his present interest is Khazakhstan, a very large country in Asia that is sparsely populated. Read the article republished by Lew Rockwell here, Haven in Kazakhstan). Doug’s concluding three … Continue reading

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Commandments and all that

The well known Judeo-Christian first commandment: “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me”. Seems totalitarian to me.

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Fossil Fuel – The Conundrum

I have given up asserting coal, petroleum and natural gas are fossil fuels. The target audience seems deaf or in this politically correct climate, hearing challenged. These commodities are called fossil fuels because our culture, which is based on the … Continue reading

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Paris Climate Disagreement

So the free have disagreed with the enslaved over the climate. ‘I represent the people of Pittsburgh NOT Paris’: Trump pulls U.S. out of climate accord saying it is a foreign attempt to seize American jobs and American wealth – … Continue reading

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Kill the Paris Treaty and Rip out its Roots.

For Immediate Release 18th May 2017 Kill the Paris Treaty and Rip out its Roots. To download a print-ready pdf of the whole article plus image click: http://clexit.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/kill-paris-treaty.pdf   By Viv Forbes,  Secretary of the Clexit Coalition The Clexit Coalition today called … Continue reading

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Unthinking Lefty’s

Here’s a minor extract of a debate between Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders when a lady owning a hairdressing business asked how was she going to afford Obamacare if here payroll number reaches 50 people? Lower wages, or raise prices? … Continue reading

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Science and Politics

Seems we need reminding that during the 19th century in England, the principal political debate was between the Tories on one hand, arguing for their position on the basis of the divine right of kingship, and on the other hand … Continue reading

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