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Government Central Planning and the Deep State

Sheldon Richman documents how government interventionism causes further problems, which leads to further government interventions, which cause further problems. In the case of that particular article, the current state of Israel was created by way of government interventionism, and it wouldn’t have happened if it weren’t for previous government interventions. The Middle-Eastern conflicts over many decades now wouldn’t have been nearly as bad otherwise. Central planning controls always wreak havoc on a society.

Charles Burris has a post on the “deep state,” that he says is also known as the “secret government,” or the “invisible government,” but which I have said is pretty much the same thing as the “national security state.”

Jacob Hornberger has another post on the assassinations of the Kennedys. To this day, many of the American sheeple still can’t comprehend the possibility that the CIA would assassinate their own leader. (I know some people don’t like my use of the word, “sheeple.” But, if the shoe fits…)

Robert Higgs says that nations don’t gain or lose from trade, individual traders do. (Sadly, collectivist reactionaries like Donald Trump don’t get that.)

And Barry Brownstein discusses 3 myths of socialism debunked by Venezuela’s nightmare.


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