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A year or so ago, I took to the airwaves and told my local radio audience about the tragic news transpiring in my famil

How Dare You Disrespect My Captors by Dan Sanchez Libertarian stand-up comic Doug Stanhope has said: “Nationalism does

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Oscar Wilde was rehearsing a play one year, keeping grueling hours, all the way up to Christmas Eve. He showed no signs

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The polls didn’t forecast well after all. Trump was ahead by as much as 10 points in the polls going into the vote. He

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Many friends of mine — people who have worked for the progress of liberty for years — are mightily encourage

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Written by Brook Corbyn and reposted by Gabriel Scheare with permission – I was in public school from kindergarten

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  • Adem Tumerkan replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 23 minutes ago

    well since theres a huge disconnect, a share buy back seems rewarding. Then possibly once share price increases overtime they could arbitrage it and issue shares out at a much higher price to use cash for take overs/acquisitions.

  • Adem Tumerkan replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 30 minutes ago

    rick, I noticed they had roughly 1.5% inside ownership. Clearly the margin of safety and upside value probability outweighs this.

    Im not a diamond investor but I am wondering: what about a spin off? It would allow the market to revalue their royalties and shareholders get rewarded the spun off shares. Or maybe they strike a deal and Rio Tinto…[Read more]

  • Zach Howell published a new article, NCAA Wage Controls Strike Again, on the site Health and the State 1 hour, 28 minutes ago

    I recently saw that the Louisville Men’s Basketball team had self-imposed a postseason ban. This came in the wake of allegations of using female escorts at parties to entice potential recruits to sign with the s [Read story]
  • Tom replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 1 hour, 40 minutes ago

    Archon is funded by Blusson. I doubt they’ll sell cheap

  • Matt Anderson replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 2 hours, 1 minute ago

    Archon’s financials look really bad. Dominion could make them a low ball offer they can’t refuse.

  • Tom replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 2 hours, 42 minutes ago

    Blusson would be a tough nut to crack but with the new CEO…who knows.

  • Tom replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 2 hours, 55 minutes ago

    Or maybe Evans with his rich backers takes out DDC

  • Tom replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 2 hours, 58 minutes ago

    Agree, take it from ACS. Evans could make it happen.

  • Kym Robinson published a new article, The Theater of apology, on the site Kym Robinson – Half in the Cage 4 hours, 10 minutes ago

    An Empty Theatre StageThe Theater of apology. After any tragic event however benign and inconsequential to the more abhorrent acts that all of humanity should be ashamed, among the ranks of many there stands an urge to look for an [Read story]
  • Darryl W Perry posted an update 4 hours, 11 minutes ago

    Afghan Taliban slowly uniting behind Mullah Mansour :: Study shows student loan debt threatens retirement savings :: Federal judge grants injunction against anti-abortion activists

    #FPPRadionews

  • Thomas L. Knapp published a new article, Oh, Another Thing …, on the site KN@PPSTER @ Liberty.me 4 hours, 28 minutes ago

    I meant to ask you to do this when I was recounting the current status of the Garrison Center but forgot.Would you be interested in helping the Center out at no financial cost and very little cost in time to [Read story]
  • Daniel Quillinan posted an update in the group Ron Paul Memes, Quotes Or Anything Ron Paul 5 hours, 5 minutes ago

    Funny one for ya.

  • Jeffrey Tucker‘s article Is Trump Finished? has a new comment 5 hours, 23 minutes ago

    downloadHow quickly the tide turns! Trump was the candidate who defied every dismissal, confounded every expert, stunned every prognosticator. He moved from strength to strength, rising in every poll from July 2015 to [Read story]
    • “It ain’t over ’til it’s over.” ~Yogi Berra

    • Exactly. The polls still have Trump running away with New Hampshire. The delegate count won’t really be serious until Super Tuesday (March 1), so we won’t know until then how the nomination is likely to go.

    • >it would appear that this country will be spared an experiment in crude, ruthless >authoritarianism.

      Trump authoritarianism really never worried me much, because

      >It is just not humanly possible to cause an entrenched apparatus of a governing
      >elite to shift priorities or bend a two-million-person bureaucracy to become
      >something it is not.

      While most people of the U.S. no longer value and embrace liberty, unlike people of the Weimar Republic, the people and establishment that is the current U.S.A. will not permit nearly instantaneous advances in tyrannical authoritarianism either. It will happen (and is happening) much more slowly and Trump can’t change that kinetic.

      >I have this fantasy — preposterous of course — that Trump would show up
      >in power and attempt to manage the government the way he manages his
      >company. After a few months, he holds a press conference and says:

      Yes. That’s quite preposterous, but if Trump (or any other candidate) were already aware that Presidential control is only an illusion, certainly he could not reveal his knowledge during his campaign. Even Trump’s supporters would believe him to be crazy! Trump would have to wait until he possessed the credibility of being an eye witness to the facade as the occupier of the oval office in order to successfully out it!

      My fantasy is Trump already knows about the facade and would upset the apple cart in at least some manner (or even spill just a few apples), if he wins. He has already outed the presstitutes of the lamestream media. Unlike you Jeffrey, I think these are still early days in this race so I’ll enjoy my fantasy a bit longer than you.

    • The other problem is that once somebody is in a position of power, it changes the way he/she thinks, and starts to compromise. It happened to giants like Jefferson, Madison and Cleveland, in a world in which the federal government was spending 2-3% of GDP per year. What hope is there for today’s dwarfs that started to compromise in order to be elected, and have against (assuming for sake of discussion good faith) the massive bureaucracy and spending that you mentioned? Still, I really hope Trump is out. His presidency would have been like running the bulls in Pamplona, probably funny, but far too dangerous for my tastes.

    • I suspect that Trump’s true aim in running was similar to David Duke. It was a cheap, and amusing way to expand his audience. Wait until we see his next reality TV series! He is much better at marketing to cranky old white folks than he is at real estate, his media company need not go bankrupt. There is an endless audience for his type of stupidity, and he has an endless supply.

    • Whatever happens this time, it keeps looking better for Kokesh 2020.

  • Rick Rule replied to the topic What are you upcoming outdoor trips this year? in the forum Outdoors Enthusiasts 5 hours, 34 minutes ago

    Borrego Springs tomorrow. Likely beginning of wildflower season. 75-80 degrees, hard to get better than that.

  • Matt Anderson replied to the topic Beginners guide to fundamental analysis in the forum General 5 hours, 36 minutes ago

    They could invest into a property with an already evaluated NPV. Increasing their stake into the buffer zone where they only own a 65.3% interest could immediately be accretive to their NPV.

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