Totally Incorrect: Conversations with Doug Casey

Totally Incorrect Conversations with Doug Casey That most evil of creatures a highly successful libertarian speculator shares his views on many topics This book is not for bed wetters and timid souls Doug mounts a hard case for classic unfettered

  • Title: Totally Incorrect: Conversations with Doug Casey
  • Author: Douglas R. Casey Louis James Terry Coxon
  • ISBN: 9780988285149
  • Page: 331
  • Format: ebook
  • That most evil of creatures a highly successful libertarian speculator, shares his views on many topics This book is not for bed wetters and timid souls Doug mounts a hard case for classic unfettered market capitalism and why speculators, by taking advantage of market dislocations, largely created by corrupt governments, help contain and punish a galaxy of meddling busyThat most evil of creatures a highly successful libertarian speculator, shares his views on many topics This book is not for bed wetters and timid souls Doug mounts a hard case for classic unfettered market capitalism and why speculators, by taking advantage of market dislocations, largely created by corrupt governments, help contain and punish a galaxy of meddling busybodies.lfb shop ideas of liberty

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    1. An entertaining antidote to the "hinged" thinking that currently describes trillion dollar deficits, for the next decade, as "a balanced approach." Doug does not tolerate statist fools; he makes money off them: a perfect revenge.

    2. Clear and consistent and honest thinking abounds here and is presented in a highly readable and thought-provoking manner. It is nourishing to read a philosophy that has complete integrity, proffers no fraud, and relies on no force. It is a philosophy of voluntariness and rationality, which leads to wealth creation/poverty lessening.What Doug Casey writes and thinks fits well into one key definer of truth--which is beauty. Truth is beautiful--symmetric--appealing--without cognitive dissonance. Th [...]

    3. Each chapter is a conversation with interviewer Louis James on a different subject. One chapter is on gun control, another on climate change. Doug is a Libertarian with some very interesting takes on these subjects, and many others. I like this book so much that I re-read chapters when I get time. He has a great short film (documentary)on his web page (caseyresearch/lg/meltd) called Meltdown America.

    4. There's a lot of good libertarian principles in this book, but for Christians you might find Mr Casey a bit antagonistic towards giving, charity, and Christianity in general. He endorses a wealthy lifestyle that is purely materialistic. If this book were balanced with a spiritual perspective or non materialistic dimension, it would be a 5 star.

    5. Loved reading this, even though I've been a newsletter subscriber for a couple years. I'm now motivated to read his earlier books, which I, oddly enough, didn't know about. I'm not gonna make any bones about wanting to be like this guy when I earn my gray hairs.

    6. Almost all of Doug's logic make sense on each subject, but as a whole, I'not so convinced. Made me think he wants to go back to the age of western movie.

    7. Brutally honest book. Thank You. The USA is f$&@?ed - too many do gooders that are not actually doing anyone any good.

    8. Thought provoking book on the state of the world today. Brutalizes the left and right equally and does not pander to the reader.

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