One evening last September, a Michigan State University student awoke from his nap to see his roommate sitting at his computer. There was a video playing, and the student realized his roommate was watching a video of conservative commentator Ben Shapiro.The newly awoken student then took to his own computer to file a complaint with the administration’s bias reporting system against his roommate for watching the Shapiro video.https://www.thecollegefix.com/student-files-bias-complaint-against-dorm-roommate-for-watching-ben-shapiro-video/
“By defiance to Z.O.G. Ilhan Omar is NOW the most important Member of the US Congress!” -David Dukehttps://www.washingtontimes.com%2Fnews%2F2019%2Fmar%2F7%2Fdavid-duke-praises-rep-ilhan-omar%2F&psig=AOvVaw0OzsG5FCMkZ9a9uKnYZWyk&ust=1552158969661139
When our local Commies try to correct your anti-communist
position by claiming all the failed commie states were actually capitalism,
specifically “state capitalism”, recognize the farce.
State Capitalism is a term used by leftists to obscure
socialistic failures. One need not look to far to see that even they recognize
that the term is not related to capitalism at all but rather is synonymous with
state socialism, the manifestation of the dictatorship of the Proletariat and
Marx's theoretical necessary precursor to the impossible Utopian goal that
never arises, ie Marxism.
Marginal Utility Theory/
Marginalism / Subjective Theory of Value- Value is determined by the importance
an individual places on a good or service.
Labor Theory of Value - The value
of a good or service can be objectively measured by the average number of labor hours
required to produce that commodity.
Unconstrained View –
Human beings are capable of great feats of
wisdom, virtue, and intellectual power. Humanity is perfectible. Our egoism,
our self-interestedness, and our wickedness are not part of human nature, but
are instead artifacts of cruel, unfair, or irrational institutions. Given our
capacity for enlightenment, it follows that some humans, who find themselves
further on the path of perfectibility, can use their intellectual and/or moral
power to elucidate what must be done and get rid of the shackles of the past.
This is the vision of Rousseau, Condorcet, and Godwin.
beings are deeply, flawed. The moral and intellectual limitations of human
beings must be put in check by traditions and institutions that stood the test
of time. Since no one can wield the knowledge or moral perfection necessary to
guide the whole of society, we need systemic processes to coordinate our
self-interested strivings, leading to the emergence of a beneficial social
order. This is the vision of Hobbes, Burke, and Smith