Monthly Archives: August 2018

Before Public Roads, Private Companies Did It Better

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The best roads at the time were privately funded, for-profit businesses. Travel for leisure was not as common. People tended to work at home, or close to where they lived. Therefore merchants moving their goods…

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The Art of the Cattle Move I: The Philosophy

 Hopefully, this will help the public understand and appreciate ranchers, what they do  and how they conserve the land and their family oriented lifestyle. — jtl, 419 by Madeline Jorden at Ranchlands Review The core of Ranchlands’ ranching … Continue reading

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Shortage Of Rural Veterinarians Puts Farmers, Food Supply At Risk

…there’s been a shortage of large-animal vets in rural areas since 2003. …In 2017, the U.S Department of Agriculture identified 187 mostly rural areas that lack sufficient access to a veterinarian.   Solution to the Problem: The University of Arizona … Continue reading

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Tech Giants’ Ban on Alex Jones May Be Having the Opposite Effect

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“The good news is InfoWars has had the highest traffic it’s ever had — 5.6 million new subscribers in the past 48 hours — and so has my radio show,” Jones told the Daily Mail. “De-platforming doesn’t…

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Acquitted Bundy Defendants File $60 Million Lawsuit Against Corrupt Prosecutors, FBI & BLM

Let’s see if the government is willing to settle this to keep from further embarrassing itself and robbing the people of their money to cover for their lawless actions… As far as I’m concerned, the prosecutors in all of this … Continue reading

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When Mainstream Economics Was Wrong, Mark Thornton Was Right

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One rule of thumb I’ve adopted is: whenever the idea that the business cycle may have been tamed forever starts to become mainstream, the bust is around the corner. I’m proud to say that I…

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The Disinformation War Is Now Upon Us.

…don’t think they will stop with If they can silence Alex then they will move on to censor Drudge, Zero Hedge, World Net Daily, Breitbart, Lew Rockwell and anyone else they feel gives the public too big a dose … Continue reading

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The Social Media Purge: Is the Mises Institute Next?

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The state and its cronyist friends have built a world that seeks to silence our perspectives. We must recognize that arguments and content mean nothing if conduits for disseminating them are shut down. ? I’ve…

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Conservation Easements and Land Trusts, the Ultimate Faustian Marriage

  Land & Livestock International, Inc is offering a “Free” week-long ranch management-planned grazing seminar-workshop. What follows is a business model we have been following that has worked very well for us and for our clientele. We are seeking individual … Continue reading

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Senate Democrats Are Circulating Plans for Government Takeover of the Internet: Reason Roundup

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So, boys and girls, there goes the last of whatever freedom of speech we might have left. — jtl, 419 Douglas Christian/ZUMA Press/Newscom by Elizabeth Nolan Brown via reason All your base are belong to…

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