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Congressionally Duped Americans

bmckeown Wrote: Nov 09, 2013 9:46 AM
Plain and simple, Social Security is Senior Welfare.
5 Things We Learned from the 2012 Republican National Convention? What I learned was, that if you were a Ron Paul delegate you were herded into a room and had the lights turned out on you. You were then kicked out of the convention and had Romney delegates replace you. Bill Kristol and his ilk won't be around forever to pull the levers. Those young delegates won't forget how the RNC treated them. What's the RNC going to do when those people become successful and accumulate wealth? Republicans=Whigs.
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The Rich Don't Pay Enough?

bmckeown Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:32 AM
Maybe YOU should read Locke. Natural Law is based on one's private property and the natural right to that property. This includes the wealth someone may accumulate. Walmart employees agree to sell their labor at a price. These terms are agreed to by both the employer and employee. Nobody "shang-hai's" people to work at Walmart. The terms of the agreement end with each paycheck. No employee at Walmart has a claim to any profits that are generated unless they partake in the risk of the business by being shareholders. I cannot understand how you could confuse Locke's Natural Law for Marx's Value of Labor Theory.
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Difficult Economics Lessons

bmckeown Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 1:08 PM
Dr. Williams, you're sounding more and more like an Austrian every time I read your column. Mises said the exact same thing in his seminal work, "Human Action".
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