Posts from the ‘Reservation Trash’ Category

  • Reservation Trash & Something Worth Fighting For

    July 1st, 2021 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | 4 Comments

        Chapter 9 A peach-colored moon hung aloft over the edge of the sparkling city, and there were nightingale among the fig trees. On the outskirts of town, through which the three trashmen now drove, a squadron of bull bats, like little angels of black death, tacked and veered through the twilight air. Farther […]

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  • Reservation Trash & The Human Race

    June 30th, 2021 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    It can neither be stated too often nor too emphatically that socialism in any form is by definition an ideology of force and violence. It can operate in no other way. By virtue of what it is, it can function by no other means. To achieve even a tiny fraction of its stated aims — […]

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  • Reservation Trash & CRT

    June 19th, 2021 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    Chapter 12 It was the Western States Track-and-Field meet, held in Las Vegas, Nevada, and it had become one of the biggest high-school track events of the year. The 1600 meter run began at 3:00 in the afternoon. Jonas Hayat from Albuquerque, New Mexico, was the favorite, but there were other serious contenders as well, […]

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  • [UPDATED] Single-Use Plastic And Why Nine Out of Ten Statistics are Wrong

    June 28th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | 9 Comments

    [UPDATED] I was just sent this: SHOCKER:RECYCLING PLASTIC IS MAKING OCEAN LITTER WORSE This one is surging — or, I should say, re-surging, since it’s not at all new — and you will watch it go stratospheric. You will also watch the Texas-sized exaggerations and outright prevarications spread across the globe with pretty much the […]

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  • The Beauty Of Laissez Faire — And How It Explodes Climate-Change Scaremongering

    June 10th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | 2 Comments

    It was just recently announced that a team of Harvard scientists, in collaboration with a private company called Carbon Engineering, have developed an inexpensive, large-scale method for pulling carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. In an excellent article titled Climate Change Can Be Stopped by Turning Air Into Gasoline, Robinson Meyer, of the left-leaning Atlantic […]

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  • Anarchism, Egalitarianism, Gresham’s Law, & the Fundamental Flaw of Socialism

    May 30th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    The fundamental flaw in every variation of socialism — and this includes the watered-down versions we enjoy today (i.e. progressivism or welfare statism) — is the idea that human survival is or should be guaranteed. Therefore, says the theory, it follows that the legitimate function of government is to ensure everyone’s survival. This is achieved […]

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  • Angry Dirty Water: The Uncompahgre River

    May 23rd, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    Along the western edge of Ouray, Colorado, and sourced some 12,000 feet above at a lake called Lake Como, there flows a greenish-yellowish-reddish river named the Uncompahgre River. The word is pronounced un-COME-pah-GRAY. It’s a Ute Indian word that means “dirty water” or “angry water” or “red lake,” because mountain minerals color the water, as […]

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  • Pockets of Pure Utopia in These United States

    May 13th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    Did you know that in present-day America, there exist many, many isolated pockets of Utopia? These are places wherein healthcare is 100 percent free. Where housing is fully provided by money that pours freely in. And food as well is provided. In these Utopias, everyone has access to education, and education, too, is 100 percent […]

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  • Karl Marx: 200 Years Later

    May 9th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | 1 Comment

    Two hundred years ago, in May of 1818, Karl Marx, the father of 20th century collectivism and the towering inspiration for socialist central planning, was born in Trier, Germany. Karl Marx continues to be lionized and admired by intellectuals and artists the wide world over, and one recent example, in addition to all the saccharin […]

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  • Knowledge is Deeply Interwoven and Interconnected

    May 7th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    “Whether one likes it or not, it is a fact that the main issues of present day politics are purely economic and cannot be understood without a grasp of economic theory.” Wrote Ludwig von Mises. I think his words are true, unfortunately. Like the human body, knowledge forms an indivisible unity. It’s interconnected and deeply […]

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  • The 1 percent and Why Laissez Faire Triumphs

    May 4th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    The Party of Science is, as you know, the Left, and they are quick to call out (rightfully so) the knuckle-draggers on the Right who place faith above reason: the right is absurdly antiquated on any number of issues — ranging from gay marriage (which, incidentally, the left was also against, for about 238 years, […]

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  • We are the 99 Percent

    May 2nd, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | 2 Comments

    You’re part of the ninety-nine percent, you say. What of that? Your status isn’t fixed, and you are not stuck there. You’re free to work your way along the spectrum — as, indeed, most people do. You’re free to run clear up to the top percent — as, indeed, many people do. Your motivation and […]

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  • My Balls Feel Like Concrete

    April 29th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    “I’m in bed the next day, she brings me cafe-au-lait, gives me a cigarette. My balls feel like concrete.” — Ricky Roma, Glengary, Glenross Prior to the Industrial Revolution, a surveyor reported on two houses in London: “I found the whole area of the cellars of both houses full of sewage, to the depth of […]

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  • Creative Destruction

    April 27th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    Did you know that America prospered for 140 years without a Federal Reserve or a National Income Tax, both of which are barely 100 years old, though now they’re so thoroughly entrenched, as is social security, medicare and medicaid, all of which are even younger, that the overwhelming majority of American people can’t imagine life […]

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  • If Government Doesn’t Provide It, It Will Never Be Provided: The Entrenchment Fallacy

    April 25th, 2018 | Reservation Trash | journalpulp | No Comments

    In response to my latest book, which is an explicit espousal of laissez-faire, I’ve already gotten a few emails and messages with the exact comments I anticipated — anticipated from the moment I first conceived the idea, in fact, because I’ve been fielding these very same questions for well over a decade now. My main […]

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