It's that time of year, and That Time of the Month, so here it is, the December 29, 2008 edition of the market anarchist carnival.
If you don't see your post here, it's because it was about marketing, web design, or a book review link, which I published a while back, and I'm sure others did too, so enough already.
Sorry for the brevity.
Here we go:
Jon Swift presents President Bush Should Pardon the Wal-Mart Shoppers posted at Jon Swift, saying, "There will always be some collateral damage in a free market."
His name is "Jon Swift."
John Petrie presents Early English law screwed the masses to benefit the aristocracy posted at Blagnet.net, saying, "I summarized and expounded upon some of Bruce Benson's masterpiece, The Enterprise of Law, detailing how Medieval English law under the early Norman kings was designed to transfer wealth from the poor masses to the privileged aristocracy.
NotYourDaddy presents No! Don't Do It!! posted at Government is not your Daddy., saying, "They’ve put out the word that there’s $700 billion of free money on the table, and they’re going to give it all away. To whom are they going to give it? The criterion to qualify seems to be incompetence. But not just any incompetence, only massive incompetence will do."
Howard Ditkoff presents Publicizing The Threat of Personality Disorders Among Those in Positions of Power posted at SystemsThinker.com Blog, saying, "Recent political scandals - including those involving ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich - awaken us to the dangers posed when sociopaths or those with serious personality disorders use their charm and persuasion to attain positions of power."
Francois Tremblay presents The obsession with consumption and Why parenting is invalid. posted at Check Your Premises.
Michael Wiebe presents Government Against the Poor posted at Libertarian Anarchy.
That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
market anarchist carnival using our carnival submission form.
Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.