Eric Morris

Eric Morris 3 days, 11 hours ago on City Council will revote on pot shop move after forcing a member to recuse himself

Don't worry, the worm will turn soon enough (already is turning). The freedom loving marijuana lobby will sink its teeth and money into the politicians and the pols will do the dirty work of cartelizing first and then pumping tax dollars in next to "grow" the industry (tax incentives). Until people understand freedom is about private property rights, and zoning infringes on Mr. Caragol's and the shop owners' natural rights to freely exchange, you will see the tables turned in a few years with Natural Choice keeping out other competitors in the name of safety and community.

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Eric Morris 5 days, 8 hours ago on Bill study could even out health insurance costs across Colorado

The question I must ask you, Dan, is, will you pay my health care bills and premiums personally? Can I just forward the bills directly to you? I believe that is my right and your responsibility, since you stated you wanted to take it.

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Eric Morris 1 week, 3 days ago on Chris Kipfer: Ski companies benefit from monopolies

Nobel Krugie copies and pastes CWA union talking points against Verizon to badmouth supposed monopolies.

  1. Unions in NY have monopoly privilege to bargain.

  2. Verizon is no longer a monopoly. FiOS has 15% market share. In hypercompertive and extremely capital intensive cell phone biz, the monopolist Verizon has 1/3.

  3. He mentions Federal Reserve and the low rates, which he cheerleads, forgetting that Federal Reserve has a monopoly on money printing!

  4. Steamboat Ski Area is not a monopoly.

Muddled enough for you Scott?

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Eric Morris 1 week, 3 days ago on Chris Kipfer: Ski companies benefit from monopolies

You learned well from Paul Krugman: muddled thinking. Read Ludwig von Mises, Murray Rothbard and Tom Woods instead and you will get to a better and logically consistent solution. Start with selling the federal lands. The only actual monopoly: government itself, or government enforced ones like the power companies.

Don't count on "good" regulators. I am pecking at this forum rather than getting paid because the great regulators at FERC don't like to hear the truth. Like all regulators, the revolving door captures all. "Truth is treason in the empire of lies." Ron Paul

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Eric Morris 1 week, 4 days ago on Bill study could even out health insurance costs across Colorado

I just don't understand why surgeries not covered by insurance, such as LASIK and liposuction, despite existing in Janet Yellen's inflationary paradise, keep dropping.

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Eric Morris 1 week, 4 days ago on Bill study could even out health insurance costs across Colorado

Martha, the DC Politburo is not going to save you. This monster is the unintended consequence (or intended) of DC itself, both because of its wars and income taxes.

http://www.zanebenefits.com/blog/part-1-the-history-of-u.s.-employer-provided-health-insurance-post-world-war-ii

And BTW, "evil" Standard Oil, which had lowered the cost of fuel significantly, bringing heat and light to millions, had already lost 1/3 of its max 90% market share to free market competition before the US government "saved" us with its lawsuit.

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Eric Morris 1 week, 4 days ago on Bill study could even out health insurance costs across Colorado

And here the school textbooks taught me the reason I celebrate this country with Pledges of Allegiance, National Anthems, and military flyovers was because it defeated fascism in WWII and communism in the Cold War. Yet, this sounds awfully like those systems. Maybe those saying Sharia Law is next are correct, especially if politicians start declaring victory over the terrorists.

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Eric Morris 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Colorado Court of Appeals visits Steamboat Springs High School

Hopefully the students picked up on the hypocrisy that if you harm yourself through drug use the state will go after you even when they lost the first round (if Bill is correct), but if you kill a baby in your womb the next president Hillary will give you a big hug.

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Eric Morris 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Central Park Drive construction being held up by easement issues

I think this, since training Deb and then continuing some of the ineptitude didn't kill his chances with the crony consultants, should remove Suiter from further consideration.

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Eric Morris 2 weeks, 1 day ago on Ed Miklus: Defeat air service tax

We can find a billionaire white knight willing to lose a bunch of money to threaten to develop Catamount Ski Resort. Or I can call Janet Yellen and see if she wants to lend me a bunch of dough at 0.25%.

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