Monday, September 24, 2018
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[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...

Will South Africa Follow the Path of Zimbabwe?

An almost certain sign that a nation’s economic future and rule of law are in danger is the decision by its government to seize...

Data privacy debacle down under: Is Australia’s My Health Record doomed?

Australia — the “lucky country” whose foray into building a government-funded nationwide fiber network has resulted in cost blowouts, uptake disappointments, regulatory wrinkles, and system redesigns — may be on...

What My Experience in Mexico Made Me Realize about the Future of Health Care

Medical tourism may very well be how to save health care from stifling regulation. https://fee.org/articles/what-my-experience-in-mexico-made-me-realize-about-the-future-of-health-care/

Russian Ads on Facebook Helped Democrats and the Left

The Russians, we learned learned this week, appear to have meddled already in the upcoming midterm elections with a series of advertisements on Facebook...

Welfare Spending Did Not Decrease Poverty, Capitalism Did

Last September, I shared some very encouraging data showing how extreme poverty dramatically has declined in the developing world. And I noted that this progress happened during...
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Inflation to Hit 1 Million Percent in Collapsing, Socialist Venezuela

Venezuela’s inflation may hit 1 million percent by the end of the year, the International Monetary Fund announced on Monday. This incredible hyperinflation is reminiscent of Weimar...
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May’s Exit from Brexit

The headline British news on Brexit is that Prime Minister Theresa May has taken personal charge of negotiations with the EU. Those negotiations will...
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[VIDEO] Boris Johnson Reminds Everyone Why Britain Voted for Brexit

Thank you Mr Speaker for granting me the opportunity to pay tribute to the men and women of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, who...

Why Saudi Women Want Muscle Cars Now That They’re Allowed To Drive

Here in the United States, we women hop into our cars every day and go about our businesses without thinking how extraordinary it is...

It’s Time to Give Up on Britain’s National Health Service

by Antony Sammeroff via Mises “Woe unto you, when all people speak well of you, for so their fathers did to the false prophets.” — Luke 6:26 Our...
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[VIDEO] How To Get The Best From Brexit With Daniel Hannan | Uncommon Knowledge

Peter Robinson sits down with British writer, journalist, and politician Daniel Hannan for the latest episode of Uncommon Knowledge to discuss Brexit. Was the Brexit result a...

Brexit: May’s Way Is Not The Only Way

by Daniel Lacalle via Mises If there is anything that we have learned from the development of the British economy since the Brexit referendum is that...

Early Thoughts on the Trump-Putin Meeting

by Christopher Preble via CATO As a historian of the Cold War, I have a passing knowledge of a number of meetings between Soviet/Russian leaders and...

Africa’s revolutionary new free trade area could lift millions out of poverty

In recent months, African nations have been in the process of creating, signing and ratifying the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). The agreement...

The Greatest Anthem is Not Being Played at the World Cup

If American athletes feel compelled to kneel, then do so before the altar of American exceptionalism.  Kneel before our fallen heroes' graves as you help...

Venezuela’s Future — and Ours

The United States has resigned in protest from the UN Human Rights Council, which has a long and ignominious record of protecting the world’s...
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Tommy Robinson ‘Disappears’: Free Speech in England Is Dead

The arrest of British free speech activist Tommy Robinson has sent shockwaves across the Anglosphere.  The United Kingdom, once dedicated to the values of freedom,...

Italy and the End of the Euro

At the time Italy joined the European Monetary Union (EMU) in 1999 on its way to full-fledged membership in the eurozone in January 2002, economists debated whether...

Making Italy Great Again

by Peter Schiff via Euro Pacific Capital This week, market watchers around the world are justifiably fixated with the high-stakes, high-drama political developments unfolding in...
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