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Roaring Twenties Reborn?: Part V of V

A Divorce–Amicable or Otherwise However, while American Progressives seem to be on their way to finding success with the Cloward and Piven strategy, by creating more takers than makers with regard to voting power, the replacement of free-market capitalism with … Continue reading

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Roaring Twenties Reborn?: Part IV of V

Enter the Roaring Twenties It was thus as a backlash to Woodrow Wilson’s self-destructive progressive economic policies that the electoral pendulum swung back strongly to the Right, leading to the election of President Warren G. Harding—a promoter of America’s founding … Continue reading

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Roaring Twenties Reborn?: Part III of V

A Big Government for the Little Guy Meanwhile, even though Woodrow Wilson’s policies did not have the impact of the famous presidential redistributors that followed, his interference in raw marketplace dynamics indeed made a mark; for he greatly surpassed his … Continue reading

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Roaring Twenties Reborn?: Part II of V

Calculable Problems The first problem here is that, in the realm of evolution by way of natural selection there is a biomathematical law that dictates one will get more of what one rewards and less of what one punishes. Hence, … Continue reading

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Roaring Twenties Reborn?: Part I of V

While the Roaring Twenties of the 20th century are regularly referred to as a time of uncommon prosperity for America, what is rarely discussed is precisely why the American economy “roared” at this time. That is, while these famously good … Continue reading

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Explaining President Obama’s Devastating Debate Defeat: Part IV of IV

Not So Surprising It is with all this in mind that one can be confident the recent presidential debate outcome was not only not a fluke, but was highly predictable. For in addition to President Obama being elevated in his … Continue reading

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Explaining President Obama’s Devastating Debate Defeat: Part III of IV

Wishful Thinking, Unintended Consequences At the same time, the theories of academia do tend to make it into the real world over time. And this has certainly been true with regard to the application of Marxist principles and policies. Indeed, … Continue reading

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Explaining President Obama’s Devastating Debate Defeat: Part II of IV

Actions Speak Much Louder than Words in Sealed Documents Suggesting that Affirmative Action was indeed in play along the way, and perhaps throughout his advancement, President Obama has refused to release his academic records. Indeed, it has been reported that … Continue reading

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Explaining President Obama’s Devastating Debate Defeat: Part I of IV

In the aftermath of the first 2012 U.S. presidential debate, many are at a loss to explain how President Obama could have suffered what may be the worst U.S. presidential debate loss in history. Indeed, on paper this was held … Continue reading

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Genetically Determined Elections?: Part VII of VII

Supreme (Human) Beings    At the same time, relativists of the postmodernist tradition remain loyal to the idea that the world can be whatever humans want it to be—as it is perceived that humankind is, or at least soon will … Continue reading

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