Sunday, August 4, 2013

The Korean War Proves Mind Determines Man

At the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War on 27 July 2013, bestselling author John Hollands, recalls South Korea's transformation


Hollands is reminding us in this excerpt that man is determined by the content of his mind.

(...) whilst I was fighting in Korea I often questioned the wisdom of what we were doing. South Korea was governed by a thoroughly corrupt regime headed by an evil tyrant, Syngman Rhee; and the whole country was backward with a terrible reputation for cruelty, especially in the way of executions of political prisoners and their attitude towards prisoners-of-war, or suspect refugees. The rule of thumb was, ‘if in doubt, shoot them’.

Times Free Press Fires Editor for Obama Critique

The media has turned from the independent 'fourth estate' into an admiration society for a cult of personality, propagandists to pet causes and stenographers of the power structure (take your pick)


Drew Johnson, former editor of the Chattanooga Times Free Press, joins Tucker Carlson to discuss why he was fired for writing an anti-Obama Editorial Column.

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Iran and Hezbollah Behind the Benghazi Attack?

The US is arming and training the Syrian rebels covertly. Increasingly there are indications that the US ambassador and CIA agents in Benghazi were involved in gun running



According to Alex Jones the fearmongering ‘terror alert’ is nothing more than theater to distract from Benghazi.

UPDATE: Dr. Mark Christian from the Global Faith Institute has an alternative reading of events in the Benghazi attack on September 11, 2012: it was not an act of Sunni related terrorism, but a nation state assault by a Hezbollah and Iran related Shia group. (Source) More on this likely hypothesis here.

Why Businessmen Should Not Give Something Back

A look at how our current crises are caused by too much government, and how Ayn Rand's bold defense of free markets can help us change course.



Don Watkins, co-author of the national bestseller "Free Market Revolution" argues that businessmen do not have an obligation to "give something back" (Audio)



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