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Application of Consent

As a result of the 2014 mid-term election cycle, President Obama is not giving orders by fiat. Congress has demanded it! Whether commercially regulated by supply-demand attributions, or “being” regulated by the psychopathic tendencies of want-to-be kings, application of the … Continue reading

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The Sense of Angst

The Value of Confirmed Conformity Like the conservative philosopher, Thomas Hobbes said, we (including the king) naturally exist on demand. Being contrary to this natural condition demands destruction. Demanding the destruction, is not ISIL, for example, getting exactly what it … Continue reading

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The Intending Risk Ontology

Just because we intend to do something doesn’t mean there isn’t an existing ontology. A free market, for example, exists on demand but it still has an obvious, ontological value. Existing in the aggregate dimension, we consider the “zen” of … Continue reading

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Existing Measure, Resisting Nothing

One of the pillars of good decision making is to not avoid failure. It makes us want to make the risk even bigger trying to avoid it. Trying to avoid failure in a TBTF proportion, for example, means that the … Continue reading

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Deliverance On Demand by Default

In the midst of chronic shortages and a miserable existence from which the great horde hoped to be delivered, as Western civilization developed, Christians said, “ask and you shall receive.” Whether there really is a difference between right and wrong, … Continue reading

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Pre-Tending to a Limited Liability

There is a story that pre-tends to the risk-reward ratio. The story being told is a method yield. For the capitalist, making markets, tending to the probable risk, is a timing function. Probability is reduced to market mechanics, structured to … Continue reading

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Liquidity to Grow On

The Open Market Committee is supposed to grow the economy. Liquidity is added so “We” can self-determine, growing out of our dependence, holding oligarchs accountable with an on-demand (pluralized, risk-on) existence. Instead, being dependent on the Fed (revealing a Hamiltonian … Continue reading

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