House, MD - The Real Cause of the Current Financial Crisis





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Published on Oct 7, 2008

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A free market analysis of how we ended up in the current financial crisis -- and a simple sentence to clear it up for everyone else! Freedomain Radio - www.freedomainradio.com

Comments • 56

Eric Zarahn
Isn't violence the common denominator of successful social structures? I don't hear you emphasizing this trope much in your videos from 2015 and 2016; instead you seem to focus on the dichotomy of reason vs. irrationality. But the way I understand the death of the West is precisely that Islam and the Left use violence while the Right, to a first approximation at least during the past 50 years, has not.
So if someone breaks the law, how are you supposed to bring them to justice or make them stop? If there are no consequences, what makes someone who doesn't want to obey the law follow it?
Kai Werner
That's illogical. Because if you are right then you are talking to a nutjob, which one should never do. But if you are wrong then it doesn't matter.
Paul Linehan
You, sir, are a nut job. You ignore the simple fact that had the securities and loans been rated correctly, the market system that was in place could have made markets for them that correctly reflected the risk. Also, if you put down 20% on a house and lose 20% on the value, you are not ahead. Simple math makes that pretty clear.
a burning mountain falls into a sea of blood where all the fish died and the boats were wrecked, found in revlelation, this is what I thought of when you said sea of violence, sea of blood. the mountain representing governments, gov become a burning issue leading to violence. by the way where did you get the idea that gov are trying to solve social problems? they are doing this for their own benefit not to help the people, to plunder the treasury to destroy the country to force submit to the UN
well technically all (potential for) violence is a way of maintaining the law..e.g. the Second Amendment (threats of violence - on the part of the individual - if there's a violation of rights), coercion as a threat to criminality, incarceration of "actual" criminals... problem is we aren't exactly a concealed carry nation, at least not anymore. So it's the government. coercion w/ violence that's led to all this---ironically, the very thing the 2nd amendment was intended to protect us against :P
@PancakesHouse Considering voluntarism and non coercion serioulsy requires IQ and imagination most people don't possess. You are a good example.
._. you look like you know your stuff, but i was hoping for a video about the tv show.
Excellent presentation ... I concur with your work, well done.
I sympathize a lot with whaty you are saying, and you are dilligently consistent in your views. However, consistence does not imply completeness (as you know). E.g. in a world full of states and governments, who will be the first lucky people to abolish their own? Or e.g. there are tasks that require a government to accomplish. A government is not necessarily violent in pursuing these tasks, and so on.
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