Ladies and gentlemen, if you look at the cover of Newsweek magazine this week, I dont have AG, see if you can find this for me. Somebody sent it to me last night, and I was just so exhausted yesterday I passed out with my MacBook in my hand. And I know that page is open because I was reading it, but I dont have it here in front of me. Its a story about how the Founding Fathers were a bunch of creeps. These men are not to be embalmed or held high. They were a bunch of atheistic gamblers and what have you here. There was nothing extraordinary about them, so we should get over it.
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - There’s a guy in a state that’s modestly trying to rein some spending in and the people hate him. They despise him. They want to take him out in a field somewhere near Lancaster and stone him. Don’t hold out too much hope for the renaissance of the states getting involved in this. There are good people in the states. I think that’s where we go back to Utica, back to what Kauffman was saying earlier, like we try to do with our ReFounding Father Society. Check out today's transcript for the rest...
Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - This is an Inigo Montoya moment. It does not mean what you think it does. What you mean to say is free enterprise, that’s what you mean to say. You do not mean to say capitalism. As Thomas Fleming points out at Chronicles Magazine, there is a reason for that. This story is posted in its entirety in today’s Pile of Prep. Here’s what Fleming writes about the use of the term capitalism. As we continue our education together, ladies and gentlemen, let’s read the Earl of Chesterfield, learn a little Latin, read some classic works together, read founders source documents, and let’s get our terminology straight.