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The Counter-Economics of COVID

In March 2020 - some say earlier, but by March 2020 at latest - the banking had sector collapsed. In response, coronavirus was manufactured as a scapegoat to justify the liquidity injection necessary to keep the Federal Reserve’s ponzi scheme alive. The State’s narrative would henceforth be: ‘Since all businesses were shut down, an unprecedented amount of money must be printed and distributed to the public.’ Milton Friedman’s helicopter money had come to fruition. But like a junkie chasing his initial high, the Fed had become immune to the effects of monetary stimulus. Each injection requiring a stronger, more potent dose of cheap & easy money. Less than two years later, and the effects of that stimulus have now waned & the banksters are poised to pull off another heist. As the business cycle continues to ebb and flow until the day of final reckoning, the State can be expected to behave in an increasingly erratic fashion. Like a cornered cat, or a fish out of water, the State

Finding Your Voice

Here we go again. Another article I’m writing because of a situation that happened recently. I swear, I have some half finished stuff and other ideas that are just sitting in my docs. Maybe this is just how the format will go. Something happens, and I come here to vent. Hey, it's cheaper than therapy. Anyway, I went out to the bar the other night with my wife around 10 p.m. Something we rarely do anymore. I’m the guy who leaves the bar way before 10. But my wife wanted to see a friend she hasn't seen in a while. We get there and local pod. is all over the bar. It doesn't take long for my wife to say something to her friend akin to, “oh, my husband hates the police.” I'll give you 3 guesses what happens next, but you probably one need one. Yes, my wife’s friend starts up a conversation with one of the cops. Well, after a little awkwardness, we enjoyed the rest of night and got home way too late. This stuff happens all the time to me. I have a bunch of family an

Parallels to 1984

Pleased to announce this is the first article by a new contributor at The New Libertarian, Marcelo.  I’m 32 years old, I believe in the principles embodied by the constitution, I believe that our government hurts more than helps, and I am a God fearing man. Yes, I am a Christian & I go to church every Sunday. Before I lose most, if not all of you, hear me out: Even though I am a Christian I believe strongly in the separation of church and state. I do not believe in abortion personally but who the hell am I to tell you what you should do, or what to believe in. I believe in science. And most importantly freedom for every single individual. Hopefully, I can be a solid representative of the Christian-Libertarian viewpoint. And honestly, maybe libertarian isn’t even the right word since the party has gone to shit. So, if you’re still with me let’s get started. Recently, I was at a social gathering and like anywhere else the majority of political allegiances were either owed