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Martial Law Was Not a Political Panacea for the Philippines

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe Police StatePolitical Theory

The likely election of Ferdinand Marcos Jr. as the next president of the Philippines might create nostalgia for the martial law his father declared as president. Martial law, however, holds no promise for a thriving economy.

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Unmask America

Big GovernmentHealthPolitical Theory

Blog01/20/2022

It is time to get back to normal life, and that starts with visible human faces.

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The First Economics Lesson

Political Theory

Blog01/01/2022

Economics is haunted by more fallacies than any other study known to man. This is no accident. 

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How We Will Win

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog12/31/2021

We will win. But how long will it take, and at what price victory?

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An End to the Bizarre CDC Rent Moratorium

Big GovernmentPrice ControlsPolitical TheoryPrivate Property

Blog08/30/2021

Many landlords just received a crash course about how irrelevant their property rights are in Washington.

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Living in the Age of Covid: "The Power of the Powerless"

Political Theory

Blog08/18/2021

In a “post-totalitarian” period, power does not simply originate from a singular dictator, but rather conscripts the population into its very structure.

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End the Shutdown, Again

HealthStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog08/04/2021

If every new virus or variation warrants shutdowns or new vaccines, we will face an unending dystopian hellscape of state intervention in our medical decisions.

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The Role of Intellectuals and Anti-intellectuals

Media and CulturePolitical Theory

Blog08/04/2021

How can anyone get away with controlling a state? Why would others put up with such an institution?

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We’re in the Middle of a Long War with the State

Decentralization and SecessionPolitical Theory

Blog07/30/2021

Often, when the “smash the state” position is invoked—especially among those less familiar with the state as an institution—further investigation reveals a dangerous lack of precision about what exactly the state is.

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