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Politics: How Something Beats Nothing

Strategy

02/18/2019Audio/Video
Jeff Deist on the state of political life in America.
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Private Education: The Key to Educating the Poor

Blog02/18/2019

In the developing world, government schools are notable for corruption, low quality, and few options. Private schools have stepped up to provide services where governments have failed.

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Why the "Golden Rule" Is an Obstacle to the Government's Agenda

Big GovernmentPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog02/18/2019

All too often, many want governments to do things to others we wouldn't want to have done to us.

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Social Justice Warriors: It's Not Just About Economics

02/18/2019Power & Market

Many progressives argue rights to property are arbitrary constructs of an elite and conservative legal system; that there is nothing “natural” or legitimate about them; and that, therefore, they have no special moral status.

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Introducing the Economics For Entrepreneurs Podcast

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

02/16/2019Audio/Video
Hunter Hastings introduces his new weekly podcast focused on helping the real life, flesh-and-blood entrepreneur to succeed.
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The Birth of a Monster

The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

02/16/2019Mises Daily Articles
As flaws in the system of fractional-reserve free banking began to appear, private central bank-like institutions known as clearinghouses sprang up, and they helped pave the way for the Fed.
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Our Disastrous Obsession with Equality

Blog02/16/2019

In a true market economy, the financial success of one person cannot conceivably be the cause of someone’s else’s poverty. In fact, it's the opposite.

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The State Expands its Responsibilities In Order to Expand Its Power

Taxes and Spending

Blog02/16/2019

Governments take on a variety of responsibilities as a justification for greatly expanding powers — claiming these powers are necessary to fulfill these new responsibilities.

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