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Many people have been talking about job creation lately, especially politicians. But is government the best creator of jobs? And is job creation the best thing for the economy? Professor Steve Horwitz explains that there is a difference between creating jobs and creating wealth. Creating jobs is relatively easy, but the most economic progress is made when jobs are eliminated because they become unnecessary. This does lead to some unemployment, but the alternatives are worse. To prevent transitional unemployment would also halt innovation, growth, and the reduction of poverty. So what is the best way to create valuable, meaningful jobs? Professor Horwitz says, “The best job-creation program in human history is the free market and the entrepreneurship it generates.”
Daily, Americans exercise their rights secured by the Constitution. The most widely discussed and debated part of the Constitution is known as the Bill of Rights. Belinda Stutzman provides a refresher course on exactly what the first ten amendments grant each and every American citizen.
I can use some feedback on this video series. What does everybody think? Is it credible or conspiracy? Is it fact, fiction or fantasy? I personally find it mostly VERY education (the biblical references had me zoning out), great information regarding currency and banking.
Your thoughts …
UPDATE (11/12/12 @ 11:21 ET): I’m halfway through part 5 and i think she has come off the rails talking about the coming massacre of the underclass.
UPDATE (11/12/12 @ 11:45 ET): I’ve heard enough. I’m removing this post because i’ve concluded it contains too much quackery. Too bad. There’s some good information on debt, money and how the banks work. But there is also too much nutty stuff, too much conspiratorial jibberish.
Posted Nov 8, 2012 by AnnBarnhardt via YouTube
- Barnhardt: The ‘New Economy’ Is Going To Implode, In 8 Parts (westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com)
- She’s Baaaack! Ann Barnhardt: The Economy Is Going To Implode Pt.1 of 8 (sgtreport.com)
- Hollywood Implodes Over Obama Meltdown (rubinoworld.com)
In less than 10 minutes, you can drastically improve your privacy online and protect yourself against unwanted and invisible tracking.
Note that these privacy safeguards will also be blocking some ads. EFF is working with online advertisers to try to convince them to provide real privacy protections for users, but until they agree to meaningful standards about online tracking, these steps will be necessary for users to safeguard their browsing privacy. Aside from removing ads, these changes won’t affect your browsing experience on the vast majority of websites. It’s possible, however, that a tiny fraction of websites may behave differently or break, in which case the easiest solution is to temporarily use a “private browsing” mode without the settings enabled, or a fresh browser profile/user with default settings.
MORE . . .
- Ubuntu pipes search queries to Amazon, worrying privacy experts (nakedsecurity.sophos.com)
- Electronic Frontier Foundation Demands Changes in Ubuntu 12.10 (news.softpedia.com)
- Privacy experts criticize moves to sidestep IE10′s default Do Not Track settings (networkworld.com)
- EFF Demands Answers About Predator Drone Flights in the U.S. (eff.org)
The year is 2012 – Ronald Reagan assesses our circumstances after almost four years with Barack Obama in the oval office.