Video: Bye, Bye Europe. It Was Nice While It Lasted.

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

Europe is humanistic. “Religion doesn’t divide us any more.” Europe is liberal. “We’re all liberals here.” Europe has a huge welfare state. “Come and get it!” Europe does not reproduce at replacement rate: 2.1 children per woman. “The future is irrelevant.” Here comes the future! To read about the situation in Germany, click the link.

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Why Lovers of the State Hate Uber

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

The regulation by the state of the streets of London goes back to 1635. It began under King Charles I, who was a full-time tyrant, and whose life ended on the scaffold in 1649. Charles decided that the streets were too crowded in London, and what the city needed was government control over the number […]

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Job, Calling, and Legacy in My Career

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

Remnant Review I received this as a private email yesterday. I have been a long time subscriber and look forward to reading your articles daily but I can’t help but to feel sorry for you. You work too much. You are no longer a young man, you are old. You are heading toward the final […]

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Busted ObamaCare Co-Ops

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

ObamaCare was going to launch a new era of non-profit co-ops that would bring down prices. It did, too: 23 of them. Problem: 22 are losing money. It may take a few more years, but they are doomed. “If you like your co-op, you can keep your co-op.” Wrong again! Here are details. Remember health […]

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Teaching Literature With Movies

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

I teach literature after 1938 by teaching movies — mostly American movies. Here’s why: http://www.ronpaulcurriculum.com/public/6276.cfmThere is an academic bias against movies as literature. Yet movies are clearly literature: stories that grab our attention. How many novels can a student read in a semester? How many movies can a student see? If we teach by examples, […]

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Video: iPhone 6S Plus’s 4K videos

Written by Gary North on October 3, 2015

Here is a professional video taken with an iPhone 6S Plus. It is shot in super-high resolution 4K. Here is how they did it. This technology lets the average person produce professional videos. Creativity is the main differentiating factor now, not the technology. Creativity is innate. There are millions of creative people in many fields […]

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Christian Economics in One Lesson — Documented!

Written by Gary North on September 26, 2015

Henry Hazlitt wrote Economics in One Lesson in six weeks in early 1946. He was on a tight deadline: a leave of absence from The New York Times. He did not include footnotes. In 1946, there were few materials to footnote. Hazlitt stood alone in the community of financial journalists. Today, there is a wealth […]

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Bad News for Traditional Catholics: Rev. Jim Wallis Cheers the Pope

Written by Gary North on September 26, 2015

Rev. Jim Wallis is ecstatic about the Pope’s visit to America. This is bad news for traditional Catholics. Having Jim Wallis on your side is comparable to getting full support from the Italian army. Who is Jim Wallis? He is this century’s #1 spokesman for Progressivism’s social gospel to the evangelical-fundamentalist Right. America’s Leftist media […]

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