Private Property

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Property Rights and "Human Rights"

Private Property


The rights of the individual are absolute; but they are property rights.

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Do Drive-Thrus Discriminate Against Non-Drivers?

Legal SystemPrivate Property


People who cannot drive want to buy McNuggets at 1 AM when only the drive-thru window is open. Should the state force this on restaurant owners?

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Private Restrooms Are Private Property

Private Property


Somebody paid for all those bathrooms inside businesses. The people who own them should decide who uses them.

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What Would Ludwig von Mises Do in Venezuela?

Global EconomyMoney and BankingPrivate Property


Ludwig von Mises's policy prescriptions for Austria after World War 1, offers insight into how Venezuela should respond to crisis and hyperinflation.

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How Capitalism Improves the Welfare of All

Free MarketsCapital and Interest TheoryPrivate Property


Antiliberal policy is a policy of capital consumption. It recommends that the present be more abundantly provided for at the expense of the future.

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Overtime Regulations Disproportionately Harm Young People and Startups

InterventionismPrivate PropertyValue and Exchange


The ability to work long hours is one of the few advantages young people have in the work place.

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When You Have Property Rights, You Don’t Need Religious Freedom

Media and CultureU.S. HistoryPrivate Property


Religious individuals and organizations have no need to appeal to "freedom of religion" if their property rights are respected.

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Why the Aurora Movie Theater Owners Should Have Been Serious About Private Security

Legal SystemPrivate Property


Private security, since it offers the advantages of labor specialization, economies of scale, and immediately-available on-site services, is a much more practical and realistic response to violent crime than the alternatives.

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We Need Separation of Bathroom and State

Media and CultureInterventionismPrivate Property


Private owners are perfectly capable of deciding how their bathrooms can best be used. It's not a religious matter.

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Why Don't Bernie and Progressives Live Communally Here and Now?

Media and CulturePolitical TheoryPrivate Property


In Ron Paul’s America, or Hans Hoppe’s private law society, voluntary “socialist” arrangements would be perfectly allowable and legal. But libertarian communities are never permitted in statist societies.

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