Elizabeth Warren Speech

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I came across this earlier on another board -

I am curious to know what you guys think of it.

In it she talks about business owners owing a debt to society based on the public paying for services they require such as roads and education, what is the Objectivist take on that?

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See this link on OL board...Elizabeth Warren and the Social Contract...


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Van Jones, president of the progressive organization Rebuild the Dream, joins The Last Word to discuss what Washington should be doing about jobs. Jones calls the US' deficit problem "phony" and made up.

"Hold on to your hats, we're going to have an October offensive to take back the American dream and rescue America's middle class," Jones told MSNBC's "The Last Word."

Jones warns of an "American Fall" like there was an Arab Spring.


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The Elizabeth Warren Rule in Massachusetts Football and how it starts to kill achievement in the 6th grade!

Michael Graham, who wrote the book, That's No Angry Mob, That's My Mom: Team Obama's Assault on Tea-Party, Talk-Radio American - Regnery Publishing (2010)d

After all, nobody scores a touchdown by themselves. Young Mr. Jimerson is running on fields mowed by someone else and wearing pads made by someone else, etc. etc.

Under a rule specifically put into this football team to punish a specific player for being too good, Demias is only allowed to score three touchdowns per game, unless the other team can keep up and stay within 14 points. In other words, he’s only allowed to be a little bit better than the other team. If they suck, he has to suck, too.


In his lead in to this story today, Michael also suggested this be known as the "Hank Rearden Rule." He explained and discussed Ayn's book, the heroic image of achievement conveyed by Hank Rearden and how the hero is devoured by the incompetent with the help of the state!

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