Stories written by Kayser Sosa
Kayser Sosa is the pen name for an anonymous, nobody political hack and economics junkie who wasn't born in North Carolina but got here as fast as he could. With zero qualifications and lacking any formal education, or even any notable achievements, Kayser happily and simply attempts to hammer the reader with humor, sarcasm, and good old Southern "bless your heart" common sense. Dismantling the narrative that complicated topics are the sole jurisdiction of the edumacated, he believes regular folks need to know they're being enslaved by their own ignorance and personal belief systems. He enjoys making elitists, snobs, hypocrites, liars, thieves, beggars and fools look stupid at every turn. Kayser is a former US Marine grunt, Oathkeeper, Life Member of the NRA, and believes the GOP and their Wall Street bankster cronies should burn in hell while the Democrats and their union thug bosses should be stripped naked, coated with honey and salt, and chained back-to-back to a bunch of stout trees in the Pisgah National Forest long about the dog days of summer. He also enjoys an occasional snort of Kentucky straight bourbons next to a campfire, bow hunting, raising chickens, and was the founder and operator of the political and economic blog "Lunchtime Leftovers" until he got lazy and closed it down. He's a hardcore believer in the Rule of Law, Private Property Rights, Faith in Contracts, Zero Deficit Spending, along with the end of Fractional Reserve Banking, the abolition of the Federal Reserve and the 14th, 16th, and 17th Amendments to the US Constitution, and run-on sentences. Kayser loves God, his wife, his family, his dogs, and he's too old and give out to pick a fight with. He's just as likely to shoot you instead or offer you a drink. Ultimately he's glad to be here at Pundit House and hopes you enjoy his drivel.

When Oz Breaks Down

We like to think the laws we have and the men and women of law enforcement protect us from devolving into a world of anarchy and chaos. However, like most things we’re conditioned to believe, this is nothing more than a carefully crafted and perilously maintained illusion.  An illusion that every once in a while […]

December 10, 2013 | Posted in House Blends,House Guests,National | Read More »

The Housing Recovery: A Fool’s Paradise

The DOW, S&P, and NASDAQ are at record highs. Home prices jumped 13.29%, the most since 2006, with average appreciation at 11% this year. Housing permits are surging, best since June 2008. New HELOC (home equity lines of credit) approvals are back to pre-crisis highs. Renovation spending, paid for by HELOCs, is predicted to be […]

November 27, 2013 | Posted in House Blends | Read More »

How To Commit Murder Using the Internet and OPM

There are three technologies in use today most people have never heard of that can change the world forever in the literal blink of an eye. They are: TOR, Bitcoin, and crowdfunding. TOR (pronounced ‘tore’) is a sophisticated, and largely successful, attempt at a completely anonymous Internet.  In light of recent news regarding identity theft, […]

November 25, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,Kayser Sosa | Read More »

96% of American Work Produces Nothing

As Americans we like to think we’re the hardest working, smartest, and most productive people to have ever lived.  Maybe we were at one time.  But not anymore. In fact, we work less hours per person per year than the average OECD nation.  What’s worse, when we do work – get this – 96% of […]

November 20, 2013 | Posted in House Blends | Read More »

Thoughts on the LAX Shooting

The shooter at LAX murdered a fellow human being (an unarmed TSA employee), wounded numerous others, disrupted the lives of thousands more and created an emergency situation that wasted tens of thousands of dollars of resources. Without question this is unacceptable. His actions were a blatant disregard for the rule of law and the private […]

November 12, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,National | Read More »

Should We Be Trusting Complete Strangers?

My mother, as I’m sure yours did, taught me to “Never Trust A Stranger”. But in the long march of human development, progress occurs only in an environment of trust.  An environment of largely unearned trust at that. Limiting our trust only to our circle of family, friends and colleagues would severely limit our ability […]

November 8, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,National | Read More »

Quick Facts: The Horde vs. The Productive

If you add up the following people: Americans receiving means-tested federal benefits (108,592,000) Americans who work full time for the US government (21,880,000) Americans who work full time for the state governments (7,558,000) You get 138,030,000 or 138 million. Subtracting the government employees above, there are 72,278,000 full time workers in the US. That’s 138 […]

October 29, 2013 | Posted in House Blends | Read More »

Who’s The Boss?

Quick question: Do you think government should be run more like a business? Now that you have an answer in your head, give this a thought… Privately-owned businesses are like dictatorships, or at best monarchies.  The owners run things, their managers are appointed and everyone else works at the whims of the higher ups.  Even […]

October 23, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,National | Read More »

The World’s Most Powerful Drug Cartel is Right Here at Home

The New York Times has an informative article online today. The link is below, but what follows is my take on the information they provide. Asthma is the leading chronic, correctable medical issues in the US.  It’s also one of the most expensive to control in total dollars spent. Pulmicort, a steroid inhaler for asthma: […]

October 17, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,National | Read More »

It’s Official: We Have Chosen Tyranny Over Liberty

That word’s been thrown around a lot in the last five years.  It’s been used as a scare tactic.  It’s been ridiculed.  It’s been used by both the important and the unimportant.  It’s been used to define on the one hand, and defend on the other, the times we are living in. But few really […]

October 9, 2013 | Posted in House Guests,National | Read More »

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