The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

“All States are governed by a ruling class that is a minority of the population, and which subsists as a parasitic and exploitative burden upon the rest of society. Since its rule is exploitative and parasitic, the State must purchase the alliance of a group of “Court Intellectuals,” whose task is to bamboozle the public into accepting and celebrating the rule of its particular State. The Court Intellectuals have their work cut out for them. In exchange for their continuing work of apologetics and bamboozlement, the Court Intellectuals win their place as junior partners in the power, prestige, and loot extracted by the State apparatus from the deluded public. The noble task of Revisionism is to de-bamboozle: to penetrate the fog of lies and deception of the State and its Court Intellectuals, and to present to the public the true history of the motivation, the nature, and the consequences of State activity. By working past the fog of State deception to penetrate to the truth, to the reality behind the false appearances, the Revisionist works to delegitimize, to desanctify, the State in the eyes of the previously deceived public.” – Murray N. Rothbard

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  1. ~bamboozle~ = A word we don’t hear enough. Nancy bamboozle-Pelosi should be her new legal name. The Bamboozling Swamp Creatures [ie. Shiff, Pelosi, Schumer, Soros] should be called the members of the bamboozle-tribe of North America.

    Most mature voters will vote for their own economic well being. The American voters generally are members of two different groups.
    1. One group wants JOBS JOBS JOBS, a good economy, and more money in their families’ pocketbook.
    2. The other group wants MORE MORE MORE ~> ‘Free (to them) Stuff from the government. [They also want to effectively raise the taxes on the working Americans.]

    One group of Americans are willing to push the Wagon of Society down the road.
    The other group just wants a ‘free-ride’ in the Wagon, while constantly smoking marijuana. [It’s ‘medically needed’ of course.]

    The burden placed on Simon of Cyrene teaches us: ‘There’s no real free-ride in life.’

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