By Lipton Matthews Technocrats frequently pressure the US government to increase R and D as a strategy to upstage China. The assumption is that public R and D will lead to innovation and economic growth because research generates the science that spurs innovation. Yet the formula is mistaken, for history has shown that science often lags technology. Innovations prior to the … [Read more...] about Technology Is Meaningless Without Entrepreneurship
By The Conscious Resistance Derrick Broze sits down with Tia Severino, host of Good Morning CHD and the organizer behind the Next Steps Conference in Atlanta, Georgia! Tia discusses what is needed to focus on solutions for rising technocracy, and most importantly, for building a parallel society. Come hear Derrick and many other presenters at Next Steps in Atlanta, … [Read more...] about What Are the Next Steps to Building a Parallel Society? with Tia Severino
By The Conscious Resistance Derrick Broze asks whether or not you are ready to thrive during the rise of the technocratic police state, mandatory vaccinations, and peer pressure to conform. ? Join Freedom Cells: https://www.freedomcells.org Derrick is the founder of TCRN. The Conscious Resistance Network is an independent media organization focused on empowering … [Read more...] about Will You Thrive During the Technocracy?
Op-Ed by John Klyczek Democratic presidential candidates, such as Elizabeth Warren, have pledged to fix the American education system by replacing privatized charter schools with “community schools” that incorporate “socioemotional-learning (SEL)” programs. These “Democratic” community schools, which teach “social skills” and “emotional competencies,” might sound like … [Read more...] about Community Schools Are Not the Antidote to Charter Schools
By Sarah Skwire Ludwig von Mises’s essay “Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth,” references Aristophanes’ play The Birds and the medieval fantasy of the idyllic and work-free Land of Cockaigne when Mises notes of socialist planners that, Economics as such figures all too sparsely in the glamorous pictures painted by the Utopians. They invariably explain how, … [Read more...] about Aristophanes, Central Planning, and the Enduring Appeal of Utopian Fantasies
By Tyler Durden Two weeks ago, somewhat out of the blue, ECB President Mario Draghi issued an odd statement confirming that the European Central Bank needs to approve any operation in the foreign reserves of euro zone countries, including gold and large foreign currency holdings. The ECB shall approve both the operations in foreign reserve assets remaining with the NCBs … [Read more...] about “It Belongs to the People, Not the Bankers”: Italy Moves to Seize Gold From Central Bank