Hi everyone. I am a political science major who believes in limited government and free markets which basically put me out of a job if all I believe in is enacted. I became interested in Austrian Economics after I read Mises's work on Socialism and learned about Hayek's theory of on the problem of the diffusion of knowledge and his classic "Road to Serfdom". As a political scientists, I find Mises's work on Praxeology to be useful in studying conflicts and resolution (the primary topics of politics). I currently have my A.A and will be receiving my BA this year. However, my real education is mostly me reading and thinking about things that deal with politics, international relations, and economics.
My hobbies are playing GO, making music on my flute, studying, and trying new things to stay active. I am a Christian and not ashamed to admit it. The thinkers that most impact me are Sun Tzu, Bastiat, Nock, Mises, Hayek, Booker T. Washington, Samuel (from the book of Samuel), Solomon, Jesus, St. Paul, Paine, Madison, Burke, Rothbard, B.H. Liddel Hart, etc. The list goes on and on; I read a lot.
I hope to make friends and learn new things.
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