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Fed Officials Can't See What's Right In Front Of Them

The FedMoney and Banking

06/12/2017FedWatch
Why is it so controversial to suggest that we should leave interest rates and credit markets alone?

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Government Guaranteed Income is Not a Solution

Big GovernmentLabor and WagesU.S. Economy

Blog06/12/2017
Henry Hazlitt's critique of Milton Friedman's Negative Income Tax remains relevant as libertarians continue to embrace Universal Basic Income.

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The US Government Punishes People for Helping Dying Children

Blog06/11/2017
The US government prosecuted an American man for trying to help the children that US officials were trying to kill with their sanctions.

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The Collapse of Penn Station: Another Failure of Government "Enterprise"

Corporate WelfareTaxes and Spending

Blog06/11/2017
Without government, who would run the inefficient, crumbling, malfunctioning railroad "enterprise" that is Amtrak?

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Behind America's Skyrocketing Overdose Death Rates

HealthLegal System

Blog06/09/2017
Thanks to over-use of prescription painkillers, many patients are becoming addicts who must later turn to illegal drugs to get their next fix.

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The American Architects of The South-African Catastrophe

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog06/09/2017
The South Africans once flirted with a decentralized, federal structure. The United States meddled to make sure that didn't happen.

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David Gordon on Libertarian Philosophy

EducationStrategyAustrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

06/09/2017Audio/Video
David Gordon and Jeff Deist discuss some important philosophers that libertarians need to know.

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A Conversation with Martin Eriksson on Libertarianism in Europe

Media and CultureStrategy

06/09/2017Audio/Video
Jeff Deist joins Martin Eriksson to talk libertarianism in Europe and the upcoming Corax conference featuring Hans-Hermann Hoppe.

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Inflation: Is It the Disease or the Symptom?

Blog06/09/2017
This increase in the money supply — not changes in prices — is what sets in motion the misallocation of resources.

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Deeper Forces Emerge: The Great War from January to June, 1917

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog06/09/2017
Though we tend to think of the war in terms of stalemate and attrition, the war was anything but static to most of the millions of participants.

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