but still a good voice and an ally to have on our side.
though, it's a constant point of bemusement for me how routinely the most brilliant people have hard time 'getting' economics and reality of the state, even those who are 98% with us on almost everything.
as far as I'm concerned, Gerald and many others' call to restore Glass Steagall as written, greenbackers' call to merely absorb FED's functions within the Treasury Dept., are a no go for me. along with Celente's new calls to vote via internet in direct democracy, especially considering the fact that 73~76% of this nation's population supposedly were pliantly gullible enough to be willfully lied to openly support the 2003 Iraq Invasion/Occupation.
that said, Alex routinely brings on guests he philosophically disagrees with in one arena vs. another.
While not an AnCap, AJ is much more Austrian than Celente or *augh* LaRouche, and Webster Twerpley, whom he also routinely brings on for his rather sharp geopolitical acumen, though I can't even lend him that much leeway, after utterly disgustingly slanderous comments he made at two B'berg interviews with AJ & AK.
all in all, the likes of Celente and Ventura's hearts are in the right place. and, allies IMO.
I truly cannot see the day where any more than 10% of Americans can ever become truly voluntaryists, fully reject the State, and UCC/Maritime Admiralty.
And, the "10%" is an extremely ebullient Unicornland hopeful figure. But hey, who knows? anything is possible in this world. so I'll remain cautiously optimistic.o)
Predictions in due Time...
"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul
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