Monday, November 7, 2011

Julie Borowski on the Confusion at Occupy Wall Street

I am tempted to call Julie Borowski the Milton Friedman of the YouTube age. But, her understanding of economics goes beyond that of Friedman. The general public may have learned a lot from the Newsweek columns of Friedman, but they can learn a lot more from Julie Borowski (Who, btw, was a student of William Anderson's)

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  1. I love that she has a rifle in the background while talking about this topic.

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  2. Like that rifle in the background?

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  3. Original Ron Paul SpambotNovember 7, 2011 at 12:30 PM

    She's cute as a button. I would like to think I woke her up to the kochtopus a time back.

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  4. For those of you who noticed the rifle, it is a Mosin Nagant.

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  5. Hmm maybe an M4 or SKS just based on the Ghost rings...Good looking girl, with smarts...Watch your back.

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  6. To be more specific, Julie's Mosin Nagant is an all original 1937 Russian-made model 91/30 chambered in 7.62x54r.

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  7. I don't see a rifle. I just see an upper dimple and a lower dimple, both very nice.

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  8. Hey, I have one of those Mosin Nagants, too. It was made in 1895 and still fires nicely.

    And thanks for the comment about Julie being one of my students. I'm quite proud of her.

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  9. Good God, what a beautiful and intelligent girl. I'd probably turn in my official gay card just for a few nights of...conversation.

    More on topic- Google is launching 25 hours a day of professional programming (cable TV quality- hopefully "Mad Men", "South Park" and "Breaking Bad" versus "TRHoNJ" or "Meet the KardASSians") in 2012, and that is just the beginning of the newest iteration of "media fragmentation". I hope that Kyle Bass or some other hardcore libertarian anarchist billionaire decides to fund a 4-6 hour block of "podcast" TV news that counteracts the MSM propaganda. This girl would be an amazing newsreader/interviewer.

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