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Madison-Jefferson Debates: A Week of Socialism By Oliver DeMille

The Media of Our Time This week I read five books, and one of them was an easy, enjoyable novel—a western entitled Flint that I’ve read and reread several times. Surprisingly, it was the western that first got me thinking about socialism. It contains a classic East Coast vs. Wild West milieu, where the main character experiences and ultimately … [Read more...]

The Jefferson-Madison Debates: To Pay, or Not to Pay… by Oliver DeMille

Tackling a Universal Basic Income by Oliver DeMille (Book Reviews: Annie Lowrey, 2018, Give People Money; Richard Weaver, 1948, Ideas Have Consequences [2013 reprint]) “Neither parents nor children have any other prospects than what are founded upon industry, economy, and virtue…. Hence arises a spirit of universal activity, and enterprise in … [Read more...]

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Now, for the week of 3/31/15 - 4/7/15, get our award-winning MIC for just $10/month and our exciting new BBF subscription for just $8/month! (promotional rate on BBF only available to subscribers of MIC >>) It must be spring fever!! Get mentoring from Oliver DeMille at a deep discount: For the week of March 31 - April 7, 2015, we're … [Read more...]

The Drift to Totalitarianism

Earlier today, while writing on my corporate HR Toolbox blog, I read an extended quote from Gustav Cassel. His thoughts on the drift towards totalitarianism that every country experiences with the initiation of economic controls aligned perfectly with the Five Laws of Decline (FLD), which I first disclosed in my book RESOLVED: 13 Resolutions for … [Read more...]

Education Insights: Unschooling Rules (A Book Review)

By Oliver DeMille Once in a while a truly great book comes along that you just can’t wait to tell everyone else to read. Unschooling Rules by Clark Aldrich is that kind of book. I started reading in the afternoon and couldn’t put it down until I finished. My first thought when I completed the last page was, “I wish I had written this!” My … [Read more...]

Property and Freedom

By Oliver DeMille We can learn a lot about freedom by understanding how Marx wanted to establish communism. One of his ten planks of establishing communism was this: 1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes… Take away property and you take away freedom. If a man or woman cannot own land, a … [Read more...]