Author: Thomas E. Brewton

Profile: Thomas E. Brewton is a staff writer for the New Media Alliance, Inc. The New Media Alliance is a non-profit (501c3) national coalition of writers, journalists and grass-roots media outlets.


May 18, 2011


Superficiality is a necessary part of liberal-progressive-socialism. Without bothering to determine how deep the water or how many boulders lie just below its surface, liberal-progressives are ready to leap head first off the cliff into any pool that looks …

April 28, 2011

Inflation At The Gate, The Fed Talks About Deflation

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative - 28 Apr 2011

While flooding the banking system with excessive amounts of fiat dollars, Fed Chairman Bernanke has talked endlessly about the need to avert deflation. Unspoken was the real reason: promoting inflation – robbing retirees and working people who are saving …

April 8, 2011

More About Inflation

Filed under: Economics,Featured Conservative - 08 Apr 2011

Inflation that affects the entire economy originates with government action.

Price increases that arise from temporary imbalances between supply and demand in specific product markets are not examples of general inflation.

April 6, 2011

Don’t Blame Business For Our Inflation

Politicians will always falsely blame inflation on businessmen’s “greed.” But only government deficit spending using fiat money can create inflation.

Inflation consists in increasing the money supply faster than the increase in production of goods that people want, the condition …

March 29, 2011

Human Motivation

Can human behavior be programed by social engineers and economic planners?

Keynesian macroeconomics reintroduced and popularized in the 1930s the presumption of the 19th century’s socialist philosophers who had expected to emulate in the social sciences the methodology of Newton’s physics …

February 21, 2011

Greed Before Prudence

Wisconsin syndicalists are prepared to destroy organized government, if necessary, to continue looting the public treasury.

The spectacle of concerted strikes by teachers, other public employee unions, and by Democrat/Socialist Party legislators in Wisconsin is a throwback to the syndicalist origin …

February 11, 2011

Keynesian Philosophical Assumptions

Filed under: Economics,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 11 Feb 2011

Keynesian macroeconomics is inconceivable without Darwinian evolution and secular socialism.

November 14, 2010

A Liberal-Progressive Abstraction: Caring For The Little Guy

Anthony Paletta’s book review describes urban renewal’s human costs.

Liberal-progressives are fond of grand, sweeping state-planning projects, conceived in abstraction by academic theorists. Their preference is for betting the house on one roll of …

November 11, 2010

The Deflation Bogeyman

Filed under: Economics,Elections & Voting - 11 Nov 2010

Declining prices are not necessarily bad.

The Fed plans to add massively to the supply of phony money by monetizing the Federal debt with QE2, its latest multi-trillion dollar intervention to manipulate the financial system and to control business production and …

November 7, 2010

The Business Cycle: Krugman vs. Austrian Economic Theory

The Keynesian black-box doesn’t work, because the reality of independent actions by millions of individuals is ignored in order to achieve a simplistic representation of the economy in computer models.

November 4, 2010

Academic Theorist In The White House

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 04 Nov 2010

James T. Kloppenberg is Charles Warren Professor of American History at Harvard University. His featured article in the November-December 2010 edition of the Harvard alumni magazine explains why academics find President Obama so attractive.

The article title …

September 7, 2010

Obama Backs Violent Labor Leader

Labor Day should be a reminder that labor unions are quintessentially socialist organizations, taking their origin and character from the Marxian doctrine of class struggle. Employers are the enemy, to be hammered into submission …

July 6, 2010

The 17th Amendment Revisited

Original provisions of the Constitution intended to prevent Congress from enacting “dumb” laws were vitiated by ratification of the 17th Amendment.

Before ratification of the 17th Amendment it’s unlikely that a Senate committee would have needed to raise the sort of …

July 4, 2010

July 4, 2010: Rededicate Ourselves To The Declaration By Thomas E. Brewton

The events triggered by the Declaration of Independence were not a revolution. They were a struggle to gain independence from arbitrary exercise of government power.

Few people ever read beyond the stirring opening sentences of the Declaration. The meat …

June 28, 2010

Why Democrat/Socialist Party Animosity Toward Private Enterprise

Marxian economic dogma explains why liberal-progressives, the Obama administration in particular, push for restructuring our constitutional government to concentrate more power in the hands of labor unions and the Federal government.

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