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The Weakness of Regulation as a Means to Solve Problems

Dear Friends, It seems to me, that which is set by culture, should be changed by culture and not legislation. Today the elite have the opposite idea. They believe government legislation can right all wrongs. That is partially why we … Continue reading

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Big Guy Versus the Little Guy

Dear Friends, It seems to me, the role of government has always been, and continues to be, to keep the little guy down, while protecting the big guys from the little guys. The founding of the US ushered in a … Continue reading

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Jobs, Wages and Government Intervention

Dear Friends, It seems to me, take the most horrible, filthiest and degrading job that must be done, pay enough and people will climb over each other to do it for you. On the other hand, one could use the … Continue reading

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Meritocracy… The Justice of Class Mobility.

  Dear Friends, It seems to me, the real measure of justice in any society is the ability to get ahead, to move out of the social strata one is born into, and either up or down depending on the … Continue reading

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Regulation in Canada and the US

Dear Friends, It seems to me, the contrast couldn’t be more stark between the policies of Canadian Prime minister, Stephen Harper and the US President, Barak Obama, the difference being their exuberance to regulate. I am of course talking about … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy, Law and Separation of Powers.

  Dear Friends,   It seems to me, nothing can prove the out of control growth of the bureaucratic regulatory apparatus of the Executive branch, than the fact that now the Legislative branch needs to pass legislation to stop regulation … Continue reading

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Oligarchy of The Red Tapeworm

Dear Friends,   It seems to me, the legal system is supposed to facilitate market interactions, but in reality the legal system more often than not, is a parasitic drag on the free market. Like a tape worm imparts some … Continue reading

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