Economics in one lesson – Henry Hazlitt (A review)

Economics in one lesson – Henry Hazlitt (A review)

This piece is written with the intention of summarizing, reviewing and expounding my thoughts on Henry Hazlitt’s book ‘Economics in one lesson.” My goal is to grasp it’s concepts as deeply and fluently as possible and to personally think through the theoretical ideas propounded in each part and chapter. I will publish this immediately as…

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Bernie Sanders VS Elon Musk: Greed and the Contribution of a “Fair Share”

Bernie Sanders VS Elon Musk: Greed and the Contribution of a “Fair Share”

It’s common to hear the liberal and progressive crowd decry the immorality of wealth inequality, remark on the inherent greed of the “1%,” and peddle grievances to the most privileged generation of the most privileged nation in world history. Unfortunately for them, creditability matters, and the thought leaders of the democratic socialists movement just don’t…

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#Callout CSU Protests

#Callout CSU Protests

22 September, 2021 By Kevin Lorusso By now, most will be aware of the rabid woke energy that is permeating college campuses across our country. Unfortunately for me, Colorado State is no different. On Friday, our LGBTQ community held a protest called #CalloutCSU, where they used their right to free speech to peacefully protest against…

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Elections, Welfare, and Money Printers: A Dangerous Combination

Elections, Welfare, and Money Printers: A Dangerous Combination

By: Bucky Dillon There is almost no easier way, in today’s political climate, to succeed in our current electoral process than to engage in demagoguery, opposition tactics, grievance peddling, and to trot out the notion that government can and should provide ‘free’ services and/or redistribute money for charitable purposes on behalf of the people. It’s…

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Trickle-down Academics: How Leftists Hide Behind Smoke and Mirrors

Trickle-down Academics: How Leftists Hide Behind Smoke and Mirrors

What can be worse than sloppy, amateur romance fiction? Ivory tower fiction: that is, academic writing, particularly in the humanities. I should know, considering I write both. You’ve probably got some questions about at least one part of the above statements. For now, we’ll leave them (tantalizingly šŸ˜‰) unanswered. Whether you know it or not,…

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The White House Takes Aim at ā€œDomestic Terrorismā€: Part III

The White House Takes Aim at ā€œDomestic Terrorismā€: Part III

By Kevin Lorusso July 8, 2021 The following article is political opinion, and is a conclusion to a 3-part analysis. While I have read the document in question and am giving my own personal interpretation and analysis, I implore you, the reader, to go out and read it for yourself. As always, my opinion is…

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Do We Talk About Race too Often?

Do We Talk About Race too Often?

It’s an awkward question. Ever since last year’s BLM protestriots, both sides have entrenched themselves in different narratives about race. The conversation is so pervasive that Critical Race Theory has become a sticking point in party politics. Elections and local regulations are made or broken based upon people’s understanding of an increasingly obscure and (in…

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The White House Takes Aim at ā€œDomestic Terrorismā€: Part II

The White House Takes Aim at ā€œDomestic Terrorismā€: Part II

By Kevin Lorusso June 28, 2021 The following article is political opinion, and is an introduction and first part of a 3-part analysis. While I have read the document in question and am giving my own personal interpretation and analysis, I implore you, the reader, to go out and read it for yourself. As always,…

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The White House Takes Aim at ā€œDomestic Terrorismā€

The White House Takes Aim at ā€œDomestic Terrorismā€

By Kevin Lorusso June 21, 2021 The following article is political opinion, and is an introduction and first part of a 3-part analysis. While I have read the document in question and am giving my own personal interpretation and analysis, I implore you, the reader, to go out and read it for yourself. As always,…

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Patriot of the Month

Patriot of the Month

In the aftermath of the first Government lockdowns about a year ago in response to Covid-19, Brandon Barrios found his used instrument store, Music-go-Round in Fort Collins, shut down. Leaving him with a lot of time to think. He decided to get some fresh air and some quiet time to clear his mind, by heading…

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