Tag Archives: George Reisman

Barack Obama: Don’t Believe That Government Doesn’t Solve Our Problems

In the following statement, Barack Obama presents what I take to be the most critical cog in his entire propaganda machine — knowing, as he does, that if people understand the actual truth, which is the exact opposite of what he says in the following, then the whole of his enterprise will crumble into dust:…

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Atlas Shrugged The Movie

It was good. It was not brilliant, but it was good. There were flaws — things I would have done differently and a few scenes that annoyed me — but the movie was sincere, and I thought that on a certain level it succeeded. The left, meanwhile, is in a cold sweat over the impact…

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Natural Resource and Goods Theory

The two essential claims of the environmentalists, which I take for granted are already well known to everyone, are (1) that continued economic progress is impossible, because of the impending exhaustion of natural resources (it is from this notion that the slogan “reduce, reuse, recycle” comes), and (2) that continued economic progress, indeed, much of…

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Socialism, Nazism, and Environmentalism

The National Socialist German Workers’ Party was founded in 1919 and abolished in 1945. It came into full power under Adolph Hitler in 1933, and proceeded at that time to slaughter a spectacular number of people in a relatively short span of years. Socialists today are of course universally agreed that Nazism was many things,…

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