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Five reasons Brexit could signal Trump winning the White House – BBC News

Why the pundits keep on getting it wrong.



Why Britain’s referendum on leaving the EU is linked with the US election and a possible President Donald Trump.

Source: Five reasons Brexit could signal Trump winning the White House – BBC News

The unraveling of the EU?

Here we go.  People, no matter what their nationality, are fed up. 


Shortly after the final Brexit result was released, first Netherlands and then France quickly warned they too would proceed with their own referenda. They are not alone: moments later the head of Italy’s Northern League Said

Source: Italy’s Northern League To Launch EU Referendum Campaign Next | Zero Hedge

Brexit Wins. Trump the biggest beneficiary? Era of big government over?

Did the Leave vote signal a Trump victory in November?  I think so.  Is national sovereignty the new global wave?  Absolutely.   

After the experience of the EU, people want to govern themselves and not be dictated to by a supranational agency.  The Trump phenomenon is our country’s “revolt” against the federal Leviathan.  

In his 1996 State of the Union speech Bill Clinton famously said, “The era of big government is over.”  (With the caveat that citizens should not fend for themselves. In other words, Bill wanted to have an efficient welfare state.) Republican members of Congress stood up in unison and applauded wildly.  Democrats sat on their hands.  Bill was 20 years early.  We shall see.

The results are in. The good guys won.

Source: Brexit Vote: The Betting Sites Were Wrong. So Were the Polls. So Were the Pols.

Brexit Wins! – LewRockwell

Source: Brexit Wins! – LewRockwell

N.J. Dems introduce $34.8B budget with more money to fight poverty

Economic illiterates on display in Trenton–again. Stunning ignorance.  You don’t fight poverty, you work your way out of poverty.  New Jersey needs jobs, not high taxes, not onerous regulations, and certainly not more entitlements.   


Democrats want to add spending to fight poverty.

Source: N.J. Dems introduce $34.8B budget with more money to fight poverty

Supreme Court upholds University of Texas affirmative action admissions – The Washington Post

Isn’t the Supreme Court decision the essence of racism, judging people by their color?  Whatever happened to the goal of a color-blind society?  

The 4-to-3 decision said officials may consider race of applicants in a limited way to build a diverse student body.

Source: Supreme Court upholds University of Texas affirmative action admissions – The Washington Post

The sharing economy booms for boomers

Free enterprise in action.  Entrepreneurship addresses people’s needs better than politicians and bureaucrats. 

There’s an old business opportunity that’s getting a lot of attention from young companies. Thank baby boomers.

Source: The sharing economy booms for boomers

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action | TED Talk |

This is one of the best talks about innovation and the diffusion of ideas I have ever heard, which could also be applied to the liberty movement.

Housing bubble?

We are at February 2007 levels, which was the peak of the housing bubble. 

Improving supply increased choice for buyers, suggesting the economy remains on solid footing.

Source: US existing home sales hit 9-year high

Why the Brexit vote is important

Big government is anti-liberty.  Period.  Jeff Deist explains it.

Decentralization and devolution of state power is always a good thing, regardless of the motivations behind such movements.

Source: Brexit: Individualism > Nationalism > Globalism | Mises Wire

Warmongers never give up

Neocon warmongers (a redundancy if there ever was one) are the most despicable people in America.  Period.


Source: Neocons Scheme for More ‘Regime Change’ – Consortiumnews

The Libertarian Party is dead. RIP

Justin Raimondo tweets about the CNN town hall with Gary Johnson and William Weld.

Source: Target Liberty: TOTAL ABORTION The “Libertarian” Town Hall Event on CNN

Did Trump just score a TKO against Hillary?

Following a scathing speech by Hillary Clinton yesterday, in which the Democratic candidate warned a Trump presidency would unleash a recession, Trump on Wednesday retaliated with a blistering attack of his own on Hillary Clinton, assailing her as “a world class liar” and failed secretary of state who can’t be trusted on issues ranging from the turmoil in the Middle East to immigration and trade. His resounding punchline was that “Hillary Clinton may be the most corrupt person to ever seek the presidency of the United States,” during a speech in his hotel in SoHo, reading from a teleprompter in his first major speech of the general election.

Source: Trump Slams Hillary As “The Most Corrupt Person To Ever Seek The US Presidency” | Zero Hedge

Christie’s proposal is half way to education freedom

Governor Christie’s public school aid funding proposal would treat each child “equally,” that is, the state would send every school district the same amount for each child in its school district.  Most school districts would get a huge increase in state aid so that should mean substantially property tax relief for suburban taxpayers, assuming of course the school districts pass along the new aid in the form of lower property taxes.  The criticism from the usual suspects is disingenuous.  Instead of applauding the fact that many of their constituents would finally get property tax relief,  which was the goal of the 1976 income tax, suburban legislators are voicing their objections, because urban districts would be “shortchanged.”  

Despite what the state constitution regarding education funding and a series of state Supreme Court rulings, there is no reason education should be provided by the government.  In fact, education should be provided by teachers, parents and others, without the need for taxpayers to shell out an obscene amount of money for an education monopoly.  The case for delinking government and education has been made by several analysts such as Sheldon Richman, John Taylor Gatto, and Samuel Blumenfeld, among others.

Education  socialism is expensive and has failed to educate urban students effectively.  It is time for education freedom.  Christie gets us one step closer.


 Seeking to bypass the state Supreme Court, upend three decades of education funding and lower property tax  bills, Governor Christie will spend the summer campaigning for a sweeping new plan to spend the same  amount of money on every student in the state — regardless of where they live.

Source: School aid: Christie proposes equal funding statewide – News –

Clinton money machine and politics

Hillary and Bill Clinton  are the ultimate political entrepreneurs.  In other words, they have used their political positions to enrich themselves.  The hackers have all the goods on them.    


Moments ago the newswires lit up with news that the Clinton Foundation was among the organizations breached by suspected Russian hackers (who in reality is just one hacker, and he is Romanian). Among the numerous documents leaked is a file titled

Source: Clinton Foundation “Hacked By Russians”, “Foundation Vulnerabilities” Document Leaked | Zero Hedge