How is War Profitable? - Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker
Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker talk about what has made war possible, who profits from war, the role public education plays in modern war, unintended consequences and feeling the pain from the drug of debt.
The Gospel message is in large part about not only the restoration of, but also a massive increase in, the sovereignty of mankind through Jesus’ victory. Through the resurrection, Jesus snatched the keys of death and hell – and kicked the prison door wide open for “whosoever will” to go through. In His Kingdom there is no violence and no theft; but also of course, no one is forced to be there either.
Jesus is the eternal “King of kings” – but in that phrase, it is those who believe in him which are the true “kings” in the eyes of God. Our task is to teach and proclaim the all sufficient Kingdom of God; so that those enslaved in darkness under the ruling systems of this world can freely choose to become the sovereign individuals they are intended to be, as a free gift from the Sovereign Creator.
Calvin Coolidge Quotes…Why can’t we have another capitalist like him?
It’s a shame a statist like FDR gets entire chapters of history books dedicated to his “New Deal” crap (which by the way did almost nothing to get us out of the Great Depression. Try World War II), but you’ll be damned to find even a simple paragraph on this brilliant man.
Y’all obviously don’t know that he didn’t do anything for the country. He was a do nothing president and one of the worst their was. FDR brought the US out of the great depression and Coolidge did absolutely nothing worth remembering in the face of other presidents…
My god you are ignorant, aren’t you? Have you ever done an actual study of history or economics? Any? Any at all? Because as far as I can tell you have nothing more than a high school understanding of anything (oh you’re 16 according to your page so much makes sense now…)
Perhaps you might like to actually read books like The Forgotten Man
by Amnity Shlaes or perhaps A Monetary History of the United States by Milton Friedman and Anna Jacobson Schwartz or even just Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell. There you might learn that Coolidge stopped a minor recession in the early 20’s from becoming specifically because he didn’t get involved in the economy. That FDR and his polices made what should have been a recession that should only have lasted a couple years a major depression that lasted for over a decade. Coolidge did everything that a great leader should FDR did everything an idiot would do (did you know he got so bad that even Keynes started telling him he was doing too much…and when Keynes tells you you’re messing with the economy too much…)…also I’m so glad you rushed to the defense of FDR, because a man who sends boat loads of escaping Jews back to Germany to die is so in need of defense from blind followers who would like to ignore not just his crimes against economics but also his crimes against humanity. The real facts are that Coolidge is one of the greatest presidents ever because he understood what worked…and FDR for numerous reasons should be condemned as one of the worst excuses for a human ever.
And on a final note, the history teacher whom you took your bad information from is an idiot and a disgrace to the profession.
I’ll take a president like Coolidge over a lying warmongering statist like FDR any day. And I am a history teacher. FDR was certainly one of the worst US presidents and Coolidge one of the better ones.
is created by the individual who can labor in freedom.
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Camille Desmoulins - A Place of Greater Safety by Hilary Mantel
It’s actually a quote from a speech made by Desmoulins in July 1792.
"Pour l’affermissement de la liberté et le salut de la patrie, un seul jour d’anarchie fera plus que quatre ans d’Assemblée nationale!"
Why not just keep the anarchy and forget all about the national assemblies :)
Chop chop! You’d better behave! #toweroflondon #london #medieval (at Tower of London)
Неймарк Густав Мердок (Neymark Gustave Mardoche, 1850 – 1900)
“Кирасир с охотничьими трофеями”,1899 г.
"Cuirassier with trophies of hunting", 1899 - Neymark Gustave Mardoche
Trooper of the French 5th Cuirassiers
Illustration by Fritz Willis.