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The Scut Farkas Theory of the State

Written by Gary North on July 21, 2014

In the history of Western philosophy and social theory, no really silly idea has been more successful than the theory of the social contract. It is in fact not a theory of the social contract. It is a theory of the political contract. It is the idea, promoted by Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean-Jacques […]

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Young Evangelicals Have Not Bought Into Debauchery

Posted on July 15, 2014

In any discussion about the future of religion in America, especially as it relates to stalled growth in churches and denominations, those outside our religious communities find one theory especially compelling. This is the idea: that young Evangelicals are frustrated with Christian orthodoxy’s strict standards of sexual morality. We’re told that these young Evangelicals will […]

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Cultural Marxism Is an Oxymoron

Written by Gary North on July 1, 2014

A specter is haunting American conservatism. It is the specter of cultural Marxism. Specter: 1. a visible incorporeal spirit, especially one of a terrifying nature; ghost; phantom; apparition. 2. some object or source of terror or dread: the specter of disease or famine. CONFESSION, INFILTRATION, AND SEPARATION Let me start with a scenario. A group […]

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Teen Unemployment In Major U.S. Cities Tops 50%

Posted on June 7, 2014

Old timers often say that the young people in the U.S. today don’t have the work ethic of their predecessors. This may be true, but is this perceived weakness a symptom of a greater problem? Has the opportunity for many young people to find employment diminished, and thus made it harder for them to learn […]

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Legalized Pot Hurting Mexico Cartels & Infuriating DEA

Posted on May 17, 2014

In news that no one had to be Nostradamus to predict, the legalization of marijuana has had a ripple effect on the “War on Drugs,” massively impacting the profitability and reach of Mexican drug cartels, which are taking a huge financial hit. The cost of the “drug” has dropped on the black market, and in […]

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In New York, Annoying Someone Is No Longer A Felony

Written by John Odermatt on May 17, 2014


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Everyone has an annoying friend, or at least an annoying acquaintance that doesn’t understand common courtesy or how to conduct themselves appropriately in public settings. Some people are unlucky enough to know of or to be harassed by an annoying enemy that pursues a personal vendetta well past the point of acceptable interaction. Annoying people […]

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Former Fed Employee Is Charged With Felony For Threatening To Kill Boss

Posted on May 10, 2014

Perhaps we should be more measured with our criticism of the Federal Reserve System. It is an emotional topic for many Americans, and it’s not hard to understand why. The Federal Reserve System is a direct cause of the systematic devaluation of the average citizen’s money and exacerbates the income gap by funneling freshly printed […]

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California School District Assigns Essay On Whether Holocaust Was A Hoax

Posted on May 6, 2014

The Rialto school district in California is under fire over a stunning eighth-grade assignment that asked students to write an argumentative essay about the Holocaust and “whether or not you believe this was an actual event in history, or merely a political scheme created to influence public emotion and gain wealth.” The thoroughly debunked idea […]

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