Category Archive: The market always wins

Jan 10

As “mainstream” news collapses, independent news thrives: Gateway Pundit saw 34% increase in 2021

There is nothing mainstream about “mainstream news.” Increasing evidence suggests that so-called ‘legacy’ news sources such as NYT, WaPo, NBC, ABC, CNN, etc. are probably being secretly funded by US government intelligence agencies. The public’s trust in such media has plummeted in recent years. Mainstream news lost 65% of its social media interactions, and 8% …

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Jan 09

More Californians flee: U-Haul reports it can’t keep its rental trucks and trailers in the state

U-Haul annually surveys which states its rental trucks and trailers are traveling to and from. California has been among the leading net-losers in recent years; and this year California was far-and-away the national leader in U-Haul rentals leaving but not returning. In 2020 the State lost more equipment than Illinois, which had the final spot …

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Jun 28

The market always wins: two thousand government-worshiping universities may collapse in the next 5 years

A New York University marketing professor, Scott Galloway, estimates that a thousand to two thousand of the country’s 4,500 universities could go out of business in the next 5-10 years. College shutdowns in the wake of the government’s coronavirus scare have exposed the vulnerability and inefficiency of many colleges. Colleges in the U.S. are overwhelmingly …

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Nov 14

Politico: “Mainstream” media is losing credibility by hiding “the whistleblower”

Eric Ciaramella is a privileged, highly-paid federal employee with a long track record of supporting pro-government extremist positions and the Democratic Party. It was apparently Ciaramella who, while working in the National Security Council in July of this year, heard that Donald Trump had talked to the Ukrainian president (via telephone) about getting the Ukrainian …

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Oct 26

Younger Brits are refusing to watch government BBC TV

Alarm bells are going off in the offices of the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) as younger viewers have abandoned the mainstream, government controlled network in droves. An internal report finds that the BBC is facing the threat of extinction unless it can win back young viewers. The growth of alternative news and entertainment choices is …

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Oct 26

Californians are buying small generators by the thousands

THE MARKET ALWAYS WINS Governments everywhere seek subjects that are impoverished, weak, ill, fearful and dependent on government “services.” But the current and future blackouts caused by California’s government-licensed power monopoly appear to have one major positive impact: thousands of Californians are seeking self help by purchasing small gas generators. Bloomberg reported on October 5 …

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Oct 06

Ecuador government begins arresting shopkeepers for price increases

In a free market, rapid price increases are quickly fixed by suppliers who, seeking quick profits, hurriedly get more product to market. This growth in supply then leads to rapid reductions in prices. A sure way to ENSURE that consumers will be deprived of plentiful, cheap goods, on the other hand, is for governments to …

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Jun 14

Chicago suburb lays off 40 cops and firefighters to meet pension obligations

Every socialist state will eventually reach a day of reckoning. For years the government of Harvey, Illinois (an impoverished, high-tax, high-regulation socialist suburb of Chicago) has overpaid cops and firefighters and lavished retired cops and firefighters with extravagant pensions. (Many such retirees take their padded pensions and move to lower-tax, less socialist places.) But the …

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Oct 16

More New Yorkers using Uber than government-controlled cabs

The market always wins. For years, state and local governments have imposed hundreds of pages of regulations on cab companies. Cab companies often are made to get a “certificate of need” from the government before starting up. Cab companies must get government approval for all their rates, fares, routes and operating areas. In some places, …

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Oct 03

Connecticut taxpayers crushed to the breaking point

Connecticut is one of the wealthiest states in America. Its residents have a high per-capita income. Its corporations are some of the world’s wealthiest and most powerful. But Connecticut has been dominated by socialistic, pro-government extremist policymaking for generations. Today’s Connecticut taxpayers pay some of the highest tax rates in America. Now the State is …

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