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American government was never designed to help blacks

The emotional responses by black Americans to media’s depiction of Donald Trump is getting annoying. Black Americans drank a lot of the symbolism in the Obama Kool-Aid in the last eight years, so much so that using a portrait of … Continue reading

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Inner city reform won’t necessarily mean black economic empowerment

I live in the inner city. In the West End of Atlanta we don’t have a housing problem. For those who choose to live within the 30310 zip code, their demand for housing appears to be met. With the exception … Continue reading

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Trump’s cabinet appointments are a bitch slap to the face of the State

American democracy allows entrepreneurs and traders to balance the power held by the “strongman” or “the State” against the power held by the masses. Entrepreneurs and traders want as much unimpeded access to capital that the United States has to … Continue reading

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Donald Trump is socialist swine

A good businessman knows how to manage his or her resources to get the highest returns. Trump supporters often use the “he’s qualified because he’s a businessman” argument when defending their vote for him. But how effective is that argument? … Continue reading

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Social welfare’s lack of equity

Government’s role in a democratic, market based nation-state is to secure political wealth for the political class while creating an ecosystem within which private capital receives a positive return. Social welfare and safety nets are the least of government’s concerns. … Continue reading

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A war on #capital is not what we need

It is unfortunate that Bernie Sanders has reduced the political economy down to a battle between the wealthy and the rest of us. Since Mr. Sanders is an uber-statist there should be no surprise that he would leave government off … Continue reading

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The Latest from Mayberry: Of Pimps, Prostitutes, and Capital

Fifty years from now the socio-economic-political classifications of race, lower income, and middle income will either be erased or severely minimized. In their place there will be two major classes. One class will be the high income class, where the … Continue reading

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The Latest from Mayberry: The Six Commandments

Life is too complex to spend time on four extra commandments that you will probably break after this morning’s pew riding session, so here are the six commandments that you should follow to bring clarity to a certain world of … Continue reading

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.@FCC and hypothetical competition

Last week, Federal Communications Commission general counsel Jon Sallet delivered remarks to the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference where he described the circumstances behind three recently attempted broadband mergers. ┬áThe term, “competition”, raised its head during Mr. Sallet’s speech as he … Continue reading

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The role of #government: jurisdiction v. nation

The role of government is very simple and two-fold. First, government creates the environment for the flow of capital to and the accumulation of capital for the oligarchs in a geo-political-economic jurisdiction. Second, government is responsible for keeping the barbarians … Continue reading

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