Brexit Breathes New Life Into British Industries

Brexit Breathes New Life Into British Industries

The doom and gloom predictions following the UK’s surprise vote to leave the European Union seem to have been about as wrong as the polls that had Hillary Clinton winning in a landslide. The British economy enjoyed promising growth across … More »

Third-Way Politics and Its Bitter Fruits

Third-Way Politics and Its Bitter Fruits

Beware the compromisers — a lesson from this generation’s history. In 1998, President Bill Clinton announced: “We have moved past the sterile debate between those who say Government is the problem and those who say Government is the solution. My … More »

Ed the Sock: Why Everything is Sh*t

Ed the Sock: Why Everything is Sh*t

Politicians can tell us the economy is good or getting better, but we don’t feel it! And at fault is the engine that drives the economy – business. Businesses are run like madhouses by morons who have managed to reach … More »

Shockproofing Society (Part I)

Shockproofing Society (Part I)

We live in a time of utter corruption of the thought process. Ours is the Age of Willful Blindness. It is so bad that perfectly obvious looming threats are routinely ignored, whereas non-issues like Global Frauding occupy the full attention … More »

Profits: Good, Bad, and Obscene

Profits: Good, Bad, and Obscene

Nobody likes to lose money, but profit generates polarized attitudes. As with most morally-charged phenomena — competition, wealth, poverty, property — getting past the often confused discussions requires some subtle distinctions. Let’s approach profit by way of an example of … More »