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Paul Sohn’s Christian Leadership Blog

Written by Gary North on June 13, 2015


At about 3:30 a.m. on Friday morning, June 12, I was online, as usual. My workday was beginning. I stumbled onto a site. Who knows why? That’s what Web searching does: “lost in cyberspace.” I spent at least an hour on it. I ordered at least six books because of it. It’s a site on […]

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The New York Times: Pink Politics and Red Ink

Written by Gary North on May 2, 2015


The New York Times, along with all other print-based city newspapers, is slowly going bankrupt. Specifically, Craigslist is killing them. Generally, the Web is killing them. They are all doomed. There are no exceptions. They are like mastodons caught in the tar pit. Some of them are sinking faster than others, but all of them […]

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Christian Economics in One Lesson: My Next Book Project

Written by Gary North on March 24, 2015


You have probably heard of Henry Hazlitt’s book, Economics in One Lesson. This week is the third and final week for this book in my economics course in the Ron Paul Curriculum. Before I outlined this course, I went to several professors of economics. All of them are Austrian school economists. I asked them for […]

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No More Outside Ads Here!!!!

Written by Gary North on February 25, 2015


As you can see, I have stripped off all ads. My associates and I have come to an agreement with respect to TPE. I will write it. I will fund the mailings. I get to pull the ads. I will add a link to my site, Gary North’s Specific Answers. I will add a link […]

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No More Comments on TPE

Written by Gary North on February 25, 2015


I hate comments on blog sites. I always have. The flamers dominate. They always have. My first site went online in 1996. I did not like flamers then. I still don’t. I believe in lots of forums for subscription sites. I have over two dozen on GaryNorth.com. The subscription fee screens out the crazies. Sites […]

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Historian Paul Johnson’s Mistakes

Written by Gary North on February 2, 2015


Paul Johnson has written many books. When you write books, you make mistakes. When most scholars make mistakes, they want to correct them. Readers inform them. So, a wise scholar makes it possible for readers to contact him. Not Paul Johnson. He is a great historian. But his website, www.PaulJohnsonArchives.org, has no “Contact Me” option […]

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Sharia Law and Gun Control

Written by Gary North on January 24, 2015


Freedom of the press is now a moot point in Europe. Freedom of the press is related to the right to keep and bear arms: Amendments 1 and 2 of the U.S. Constitution. If you don’t have the right to keep and bear arms, you don’t have freedom of the press. The state cannot protect […]

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The Fable of the Bees Revised

Written by Gary North on January 13, 2015

The most influential poem in history is Bernard Mandeville’s “The Grumbling Hive; or Knaves Turned Honest” (1705). It challenged Western moral philosophy, Christian theology, and common sense. It changed the thinking of Western social theorists. Through Adam Smith, it changed the economic world. Yet it was not a good poem. This gives me hope. You […]

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Islamic Cartoon War Escalates

Posted on January 12, 2015

A German tabloid that reprinted cartoons from the French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo was targeted in firebombing Sunday. With security services on high alert after a killing spree in Paris by extremists, police in the northern German port city of Hamburg said no one was injured in the blaze at the headquarters of the regional […]

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Famous Last Words: Charlie Hebdo Editor Spoke Out in 2013

Written by Gary North on January 9, 2015

The editor is no longer with us. This is from The Los Angeles Times (March 27, 2013). Here was the headline: Editor of incendiary Charlie Hebdo magazine wants everyone to calm down Editor of incendiary Charlie Hebdo magazine wants everyone to calm down In fact, says France’s Stephane Charbonnier, that’s the whole point of his […]

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