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South Africa Question

South Africa leads in mining, food production and critical infrastructure, such as power production and railroading, in southern Africa. But it's going the same...

Reparations vs. Property Rights

by Chris Calton via Mises Socialists throughout the western world are celebrating the decision in South Africa to confiscate land from white citizens to redistribute to the...

The Intellectual Poverty Of The New Socialists

The New Socialists try of course to distance themselves from the glaring failures of the Old Socialists, who suffered from two incurable vices. First,...

Doctors as Data Entry Clerks for the Government Health Surveillance System

by Jeffery A. Singer via CATO As a practicing physician I have long been frustrated with the Electronic Health Record (EHR) system the federal government...

Capitalism, Happiness, and Beauty

by Ludwig von Mises via Mises.org Critics level two charges against capitalism: First, they say, that the possession of a motor car, a television set, and...

A Supreme Court Justice Shouldn’t Have Significant Impact On National Policy

On January 2, 1801, John Jay wrote a letter to President John Adams explaining why he would not accept the commission to be chief justice of...

Riffs and Tariffs

Brian Zolner has been in the business for 40 years. His company, Bricasti, is not a household name — but some of its customers...

A Pound of Cure

by Peter Schiff via Euro Pacific Capital This week, as investors and economists fixate on record highs set by major stock market indices, they have...

Guilt-Based Giving Is False Philanthropy

by T.K. Coleman via FEE A lot of people treat charity as if it were an act of penance: a way of atoning for the sin of...

Republicans Need An Actual Plan To Cut Health Costs

To compete for millennial voters, Republicans must outline a viable plan for affordable health care in the short and long term. There are lots...

The Growth of the World’s Middle Class May Be the Greatest...

by Jon Miltimore via FEE A woman who woke up from a thirty-year coma in 2018 would be forgiven if she looked around and came to believe...

How the war on climate change slams the world’s poor

When a “solution” to a problem causes more damage than the problem, policymaking has gone awry. That’s where we often find ourselves with global...

Single-Payer Health Care: The More Coloradans Knew, the Less They Liked...

Those leading the charge for single-payer health care claim to enjoy wide support among voters. In 2016, they put that claim to the test in...

The Flag of My Father

Flying the flag without shame or embarrassment on special occasions is what normal Americans did then, unlike today, when the presence of a flag...

Venezuela’s great socialist experiment has brought a country to its knees

It’s become one giant economic laboratory, its 32 million citizens reduced to guinea pigs https://www.spectator.co.uk/2018/08/venezuelas-great-socialist-experiment-has-brought-a-country-to-its-knees/  

A Cure for Our Health Care Ills

Nobody knew health care could be so complicated,” was Donald Trump’s now famous pronouncement on the issue. The Congressional Republicans were struggling too. Not...

Today’s U.S.-Mexico Trade Deal: What Was Agreed and What Comes Next

by Simon Lester And Inu Manak via CATO The Trump administration reached a deal with Mexico today on some bilateral issues in the renegotiation of...

Make Capitalism Cool Again—the Future Depends on It

by Dillon Jones via FEE A recent Gallup Poll found that, for the first time in the polling company’s measurement over the past decade, Democrats now have a more...

[VIDEO] South Africa’s Racist Land Grab | LibertyPen

  Nearly 30 years after Apartheid, South Africa returns to racist policies. The latest proposal: confiscate the land of whites without compensation. LibertyPen is an Objectivist...
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