Keynes vs. Hayek round two
This is one of my favorite things on the internet
The way they showed the economy is organic (watch it all to find out) was unbelievable clever.
that the rights of the American people
come from the Constitution.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
|—||Jacob G. Hornberger [Our rights are inalienable; they exist independently of government, not because of government.] (via autonomouslibertarians)|
Thomas Jefferson (via autonomouslibertarians)
And sadly our founding fathers chose the latter.(via libertariantaoist)
Tell me some of your favorite breakfasts! I can think of a million things to eat at other times of the day, but I have a hard time with thinking of what would be good to eat for breakfast while eating Paleo.
I usually have “Bulletproof Coffee” for breakfast most days but when I do eat breakfast I either have eggs, bacon and sliced cucumber/carrots with MCT oil or I eat the left overs from last night’s dinner.
*Bulletproof Coffee is coffee blended with MCT oil and grass-fed butter. High in caffeine and good fats with the goal of staying in ketosis.
I really like the bulletproofexec’s food info-graphic (eat from the green side vs the red). You have to scroll down the page to see it.
I’m not 100% but I try to stick to a High Fat / Low Carb diet. I’m really working on going grain free and lowing my sugar intake. I’m also working on adding a higher variety of vegetables to my meals.
That’s a pretty good question, isn’t it? Today I was joined by David Beito, author of From Mutual Aid to the Welfare State, to pin down the answer.
What Is Economic Law? | Robert P. Murphy
Excerpted from Lecture 3 of “Basics of Economics: Action and Exchange”, which is available as an independent study course. Sign up for Dr. Murphy’s “Basics of Economics: An Introduction to the Free Market”, which starts in January 2014.
An anarchist who believes that society takes precedence to the individual is no anarchist at all.
Josie explains what it means to be an outlaw, and what it will take to make society what it should be.
when privacy matters