Excellent article on gold stocks. Concise and worth it's weight in...Read more »
Can we PLEASE have the option to change our vote from up to down or vise versa? I have accidentally clicked the opposite of what I intended to vote several times now.
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In listening to FTL daily I often hear the hosts mention articles or websites they have been to in reference to a current topic. Is it possible to provide links for these on each episodes page? Sometimes I'm not listening the day of the episode and when I go to look for a particular article it's not front page anymore and or was never submitted as show prep. It would be nice. That is all, thank you.Read more »
With common factors such as traffic, crowds, noise, grime, and crime, cities are generally not perceived as oases of calm.
But what makes one city more stressful to live in than the next?....
....Interesting that Florida takes 3 of the 5 spots!
Also, "Standout factor: Tampa is in the 97th percentile for suicides." How depressing!
Much like years past, 2011 has seen it's share of ups and downs, natural and unnatural disasters, more freedoms were taken away than gained & governments at all levels expanded their authority. Here's to a more freedom in 2012 & beyond!Read more »
Distrust in U.S. Media Edges Up to Record High
Perceptions of liberal bias still far outnumber perceptions of conservative bias
There are few philosophers whose very name provokes more violent responses than Karl Marx. His stern face, framed by a mass of gray hair, symbolizes for many Americans the costly battles of the 20th century: battles against communism, socialism, and authoritarianism fought in defense of democracy and free-market capitalism. As successive generations of Americans waged those fights, the philosophical disputes at the core of the conflicts embedded themselves into the American soul.Read more »
Open container activism: By now everyone should know that drinking water from plastic containers may be bad for your health due to BPA, a chemical coating additive. With that in mind, I make this suggestion: Collect nice beer bottles, wash them, fill them with good water, and use them everywhere you go to drink good, clean, healthy water. Use them to drink water while you drive. Use them to drink water while walking down the street. Use them to drink water as you interact with government agencies. Here's to your health and fun, too!
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This morning I was awoken by my alarm clock, which was certified safe by the independent Underwriters Laboratories. It was powered by the unnatural and unprofitable energy monopoly enforced through violence (which I refuse to see).Read more »
This article from the Hoover Institute explains that statelessness is an asset and that large bureaucracy leads to its own demise. The article begins with a very nice anarchist view, but then takes a slightly statist approach.Read more »
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