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The Common Ills Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshot Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Chaos and violence continue, for the second day in a row the Iraqi government announces victory in Tikrit (they, no doubt, really mean it this time), fighting continues in Tikrit, the US government tries to spin events to make themselves the winner, the Ashraf community remains under attack, Canadian MP Jack Harris observes "mission creep" has been replaced with "mission leap," and much more.
There's still no deal with Iran though the US government continues dithering at the table despite swearing they'd walk away on Tuesday if there was no deal.
Does it matter?
Columnist Mubarak Al Duwailah (Qatar's The Peninsula) thinks so:
Look at what is happening around us! What is stopping America from checking the Iranian expansion in Iraq? What is preventing America from putting an end to the persecution of Sunnis in Iraq? Why doesnâ€™t America stop the forced displacement of Arabs in Iraq from their cities and neighbourhoods? Why does the... (more)
Truth in Love Hillary's Baggage
Author: Kenneth Eliasberg
Source: AmericanThinker.com - 04.01.2015
Hillary Clintonâ€™s latest misadventures are not just so
typically Clintonian, but more to the point, they reveal a fatal flaw in
the womanâ€™s makeup -- she has absolutely no judgment! Now you can write
off the three current scandals (her private email account use while
serving as secretary of state; the foreign donations to the Clinton
foundation while also serving in that capacity; and, most recently, her
brother Tony and her campaign advisor Terry McAuliffe receiving
preferential visa treatment for their friends or clients by the
Department of Homeland Security) as just another manifestation of
Clinton arrogance. But that would barely scratch the surface as to what
it reveals about Hillary.
The woman knows that she is going to run for president in 2016; knows
that she is carrying a ton of baggage from her first... (more)
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Contra a Ilusão O que entendo de economia
Bom este artigo do Mises Brasil: “Você provavelmente entende tanto de economia quanto de astrofísica”.
Entendo mais de economia do que de Astrofísica. Bem, entendo algumas poucas coisas.
Por exemplo, entendo que impostos muito altos são ruins para todos. Realmente, todos. Alguém pode dizer que impostos muito altos ajudam algumas classes sociais, como funcionários públicos ou os pobres (e até muita gente de classe média) beneficiados pelos serviços estatais. Não, é ruim para todos. Imposto é tomar dinheiro arrecadado pela produção de bens e serviços. Se os produtores tivessem mais dinheiro para investir, toda a sociedade, e não apenas os produtores, teriam mais bem e serviços para consumir. Inclusive funcionários públicos e os beneficiados pelos serviços estatais. Dinheiro de imposto é dinheiro tirado de quem produz e dado a quem não produz, ou pode até produzir, mas não é por isso que recebe o dinheiro, e sim por ter poder político.
A Petrobrás, por exemplo, não recebe... (more)
preacher314 pilate's gamble
"But you have a custom that I should release one man for
you at the Passover. So do you want me to release to you
the King of the Jews?" (John 18:39).
Read John 18:38-40.
Pilate won't listen to Jesus; he is too busy trying to work
this out himself. How can he force the Jewish authorities
to accept his decision to set Jesus free? Maybe one of
the local customs might do the trick. It was implemented
to improve Roman-Jewish relations. At the Passover feast,
the Roman governors released a prisoner the Jewish
crowds requested. Normally it was a popular person who
had been imprisoned for speaking against the Roman
government. This time Pilate would offer the choice
between Jesus and the most dangerous criminal in the
This was a stroke of genius! Jesus offered no true threat
to public safety and clearly Barabbas was as dangerous
to the Jewish leaders as he was to the Romans. But Pilate
misjudges the Jewish leaders, who are convinced Jesus... (more)