This video is from March of 2012 at the Mises Institute. In it Hunter explains why it is that the current economic regime is fundamentally corrupt and what to do about the situation.
He also explains in detail why it is that we use the term “crony capitalism” versus less precise alternatives.
I highly encourage you to listen to the entire speech if you have the time. It is a half hour well spent.
It’s good to remember that this guy is a big big government autocrat and a veteran of the KGB. The entire country is a cleptocacy and compliance to the Putin Plan is requisite for pretty much everyone.
The Great Internet Wall of China has proven moderately effective at best. Millions of people break through it daily. Russia, home of many highly talented hackers would probably have the same problem.
Isn’t it interesting how the powers that be, whether in Moscow, Beijing, London, or Washington are so concerned about the flow of information? Information itself is a threat. The truth is a threat.
The guy is lucky he’s not dead. It could have been much worse.
Wow, things just got really weird in the Senate Intelligence Committee, and awesome. I am very pleased to see this. I think the move on ISIS is a political one and that is just tragic. It will be more tragic if we go in there. Obama has no legitimacy at this point domestically and has even less in the overseas arena. Frankly the administration appears willing to sacrifice the lives of Americans so that it can keep the Senate.
Yeah, I said it.
This is so (they say) Clemson can stay in compliance with Title 9 which states:
No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.
For some reason knowing how many times you’ve had sex, and what kind of sex you’ve had in the past 3 months affects whether someone has been discriminated against.
Nothing says “education” like seeing the campus police stroll around the quad with machine guns. See, nowadays the governor doesn’t even need to bring in the National Guard. He or she can just instruct the university police to take care of things. Kent State could have been a wholly local affair.