Photo: 1969 Harvard Walkout There are many ways to demonstrate for policy change. We would expect places of learning for intelligent students led by mature and erudite teachers, to choose methods like debates, briefings, seminars, and councils. The school walkout is not new, nor is it clever, nor does it present its teachers and students … Continue reading School Walkouts: An Irresponsible Tool of Mob Rule (Ochlocracy)
What's better than a one-of-a-kind book that condenses volumes of socioeconomic intrigue, concepts, research, and discoveries into a few hundred pages? It's a presentation of the findings by the author, with Q&A, and book signing! Economic and financial issues change year-to-year, but the discoveries and concepts in Economic Sovereignty: Prosperity in a Free Society remain … Continue reading 2018 Economic Sovereignty Presentations
A sarcastically hysterical meme about priorities of innovators The project load and task lists of Alvarism never grow shorter. Here is a quick update on recent activities: Thomas Kurek's labor was required to maintain MYnstrel, Inc.'s trademark with the USPTO. The Office Action response was completed and submitted last weekend MYnstrel Inc.'s old website was … Continue reading Alvarism Activities Update
Nathan Hale is Executed by the British on September 22, 1776 for Spying In part one of this essay, we reviewed Russian and American political influence scuffles reported by The Atlantic, The New Yorker, New York Times, and Washington Post. Without context that includes the 2011 Russian election fraud and the Trolls from Olgino, an … Continue reading The Dangerous Fake Narratives of Hackers, Internet Trolls, and Spies: Part 2
A Joke Referring to Russian Alaska Day, Galvanizing Russian Patriotism by Fabricating Historical Resentment News coverage of the Russian/American dance of political intrigue, including hacking, internet trolling, and propaganda has been mostly myopic. The braided conversation is currently filled with everything that makes our modern news environment toxic. Conflicting groups mingle twisted psychology with international … Continue reading The Dangerous Fake Narratives of Hackers, Internet Trolls, and Spies: Part 1
Plato asserted, "Everything that deceives may be said to enchant." As middle class Americans scurry about under the weight of their enormous debts, overpriced education, inflated mortgages, unaffordable healthcare, and crushing taxation, they remain captivated by the spells of unworthy leaders. Economic deception is omnipresent within news articles, political speeches, classrooms, and movie scripts. In … Continue reading Will Swindled Middle Class Americans Ever Reclaim Their Liberty?
On a Sailing Ship by Caspar David Friedrich, 1774-1840 Information about the American economy suffers from giant barriers, misleading people who sincerely care about prosperity and poverty. News organizations and entertainers must cater to the bias of their audience and the interests of their owners and corporate advertisers. Educators and professors must cater to the … Continue reading New, Exclusive Facts About America Reveal Economic Blunders
Let's assume that you devoted decades of your life to guiding your beloved children to independence, joy, peace, and success. There are dozens of ways for other people to ruin your children with crime, immorality, or even legal forms of aggression. Whether your children ended up maimed for life from assaults, bankrupt from corrupt spouses, … Continue reading Cite Me, Invite Me, Please Don’t Rob Me – Killing Intellectual Subversion
Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, the Major Third Party Candidates in the 2016 US Presidential Elections It is election season and a hot topic on social media is whether or not Gary Johnson and Jill Stein will throw the election to Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. A meme illustrates the claim from the perspective of … Continue reading Can Third Parties Destroy Elections? Truth from Math Expertise Made Simple.
Union Protests the 2011 Wisconsin Budget Repair Bill in Madison Wisconsin It would be difficult for me to avoid political discourse, living in the Washington D.C. metropolis and devoting decades of my free time to economic and cultural research. I have always voted, and I always had my opinion on which candidates would do a … Continue reading Something Amazing Happened When I Affirmed Nonprofit Political Campaigning Rules