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 on: July 21, 2017, 12:22:12 am 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

(If I get time soon, I'll post some of the highlights from the following article. The statements seem to be similar to Elizabeth Harris's, whom I quoted above. The author below seems to regard Trump as corrupt, but, so far, it looks to me like Trump is helping clean up corruption.)

Monetary Sovereignty: The key to understanding economics

 on: July 20, 2017, 09:08:57 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
World's Best Economist, Elizabeth Harris


Some Remarks on MMT & Marxism in Light of David Harvey’s “Marx, Capital, and the Madness of Economic Reason”

Gresham's law as a Tool of Regulation

A Memo From MMT’s Legal Department

The Economic Argument Against Mass Immigration To Canada

An Overview of the Economics of Cryptographic Tokens and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

Eurozone faces doom no matter how hard France and Germany try to save it, warns top investment bank

 on: July 20, 2017, 04:45:53 pm 
Started by ChrisL - Last post by ChrisL
Off grid home for sale
Tamworth, NH

5,600 sq ft unfurnished log home in Tamworth on 165 acres with barn, pole barn, 2 greenhouses, and yurt.

Please contact Lisa Merrill with Maxfield Real Estate
Direct: 603-707-0099
Office: 603-253-9360

 on: July 20, 2017, 02:24:58 am 
Started by QBcrusher - Last post by Retiree
First of all I would preface this by noting that I would not join any militia. Furthermore, I would stress that advocating the violent overthrow of government is both illegal (treasonous) and immoral.

However, the idea of having a group of people who altruistically work together to help others is one that many libertarians I know support. To that end, what about training to support search and rescue or to assist in disasters? This has the same benefits of “militia training” but with a positive focus. (not to mention without the connotations of treason and violence)

 on: July 19, 2017, 10:52:19 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Unschooling Dads with Dan Cadzow

Chattering away at no one

We aren’t Hands free, we are Hands on

Discussions, bedtime, perception

Slamming Doors

Kindness isn’t Taught: Unschooling the Brady's

The fabric of life

Unschooling + Creativity

Our Unschooling Day 7/11/2017

Unschooling Today 7/14/2017

Unschooling Is Back, Baby!

Unschooling for life – A Potluck Life

Life-Led Learner

There's No Place Like Home: The Unschool Experiment

The Gatannah Files: Strides in Unschooling

 on: July 19, 2017, 07:34:41 am 
Started by Jerry B - Last post by Jerry B
I wrote:

I'm a 50-something fuddy-duddy, and I like a quiet peaceful area, so as far as location I am going to stay away from the Keene State College area, the high school, and the police station which seems to be to the far right on the map/satellite images. And I also think I'll stay away from the major shopping center areas. I hope this isn't in bad taste, or insulting, but are there particular neighborhoods or streets that I probably should stay away from? For example, I have read that the drug problem (opiates, etc.) is also in Keene. Are there specific streets where that is a problem? I hope I haven't offended anyone.

What I meant as far as "where I should stay away from," was in terms of a prospective home/house/apartment where I would want to live (like I wouldn't want to live in or near a known "bad neighborhood," etc.). I just wanted to clarify that because I'm still not that familiar with Keene.

 on: July 19, 2017, 12:30:41 am 
Started by jeffcap - Last post by Retiree
I must concede after living in the suburbs of Phoenix Arizona for a few years I would not mind an urban environment. While I am ideologically libertarian (as one might suspect on this forum) I tend to find myself driven to more liberal areas as opposed to conservative ones. More specifically I have always liked New Castle, but am not sure how practical living there would be.

If I was married I might be more keen to move to a more remote area, but I am concerned about venturing too far away from a city for lack of things to do.

 on: July 19, 2017, 12:09:27 am 
Started by Retiree - Last post by Retiree
Goldwater was great when Darcy was in charge, but it is going to be very different now.

 on: July 18, 2017, 10:46:28 pm 
Started by liamseanhagerty - Last post by liamseanhagerty
@Levi: I just sent you a PM. I look forward to speaking with you further.

@JasonPSorens: That's a pretty big spreadsheet filled with a lot of useful info, many thanks! I'll admit I'm surprised to hear Plymouth itself as a recommendation. I had guessed with the criteria I posted that we'd be limited to the bigger cities in the southern part of the state and Plymouth seemed on the smaller end of the population and square mileage spectrum. We definitely would like to take a mini-vacation to the state to scout it out as you recommended, with any luck lining it up with Porcfest so we can meet some people too!

Thank you to everyone who's replied thus far. We look forward to more recommendations if you feel inclined to have your voice heard!

 on: July 18, 2017, 07:25:18 pm 
Started by liamseanhagerty - Last post by Levi

I live close to Plymouth.  Please PM me your email or go to my website and contact me by whichever method you prefer.  I can help answer these questions.


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