Tag Archives: Great Depression

Will Rodgers’ The Ropin’ Fool and Bacon, Beans, and Limousines

These are excerpts from Will Rogers’ “The Ropin’ Fool,” a silent film produced by Rogers in 1922 that showcased his trick roping ability. His son, Will Rogers, Jr., would later provide some commentary on the video, which is who you … Continue reading

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The Business Plot to Sieze the White House

“Nobody was ever prosecuted. Important men were never arrested or grilled over facts. The newspaper sensation created by an impotent congressional investigation in 1934 and 1935 died down and the story collected dust, forgotten ever since.” — Chris Floyd, A … Continue reading

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Milton Friedman on Neoliberalism “It Never Occurred to Me That…”

Here’s hoping that this headache–neo-liberal BS–goes away one day. This is a post meant to contain resource material for the study of Neoliberalism and its effect on the world: 1) The rule of the market 2) cutting expenditures for social … Continue reading

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Tom Cole, Congress, Flat Tax, Oklahoma

  On Congressman, Oklahoma 4th District, Tom Cole’s website back in 2008, he stated  his view on the economy saying, “America is facing some of the most significant economic challenges since the Great Depression.” – Tom Cole That page has disappeared, but … Continue reading

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