Archive for the 'Financial Column' Category

2 January, 2007

Posted by alex in economy, Financial Column, George Lenz at 7:52 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz The Fallacy of Hazlitt Our discussion of the negative income tax has provoked libertarians from Mises.org to re-publish a long-forgotten Henry Hazlitt’s essay, critical of negative income tax. Hazlitt, an American economist and WSJ reporter, who followed the tradition of Austrian school, was highly critical of both Milton Freedman and his idea […]

27 December, 2006

Posted by alex in Alex Linder, Financial Column, George Lenz at 7:29 am | Permanent Link

By George Lenz Choosing appropriate life insurance is an important decision to make, either for young single White men and women or for a newly-wed White couple. The right choice would provide their dear ones with financial security in case of misfortune, while choosing the wrong kind of life insurance often means years of wasted […]

22 December, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz at 7:05 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz For some time already it has been clear that the compensation and payroll system in United States is broken beyond repair, and requires extensive government intervention to be fixed. The recent wave of record Wall Street bonuses only further proves the validity of the point. Especially appalling is the 56+ mln. USD […]

15 December, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz at 6:03 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz The virtues of the market system are innumerable: the market successfully solves many problems, including traffic jams. How? Very simple: removing regulation in the form of traffic signs lead to fewer incidents and absence of traffic jams.

4 December, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz at 4:21 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz I was asked by a local businessman, what kind of economic system is proposed by nationalists. I answered, that it is national-social free enterprise. He was greatly surprised, having received an economic education he has never hear such a term, and asked for clarification. I explained it to him, and decided to […]

30 November, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz at 6:22 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz The value of integrity is often instinctively understood but seldom fully appreciated in a White Nationalist organization. This quality is not always easy to define, yet its presence or absence can make or break the organization.

10 October, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz at 3:33 am | Permanent Link

By George Lenz How to value a stock? This question has a significant practical meaning: correct stock valuation leads to successful investment, and eventually to significant realized gains. Yet it is not an easy question: there are thousands of books and articles written on the topic, and what is cheap for one investment specialist is […]

3 October, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz at 10:59 am | Permanent Link

By George Lenz The subject of disappearing manufacturing jobs in the United States has finally begun to receive due attention, yet another more hidden yet even more perilous phenomenon has not. I am talking here of American infrastructure, critical for economic development, that is sold to foreigners in a stealth manner, robbing U. S. citizens […]

27 September, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz, White solutions at 1:51 pm | Permanent Link
22 September, 2006

Posted by alex in Financial Column, George Lenz, gold & silver at 6:28 pm | Permanent Link

By George Lenz Recently, Orianna Fallaci, a well-known feminist and communist writer, died. She was quite an ordinary communist propagandeur, who hated men and spread communist and jewish propaganda by interviewing jewish and communist politicians, including Deng Xiaping and Henry Kissinger. She supported their accessions to power and every kind of disastrous policy jews, masons […]