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Nozick on Morality and Evolution

World HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

07/24/2022Mises Media
It is hard to explain through evolution how we know any necessary truths. Does this give us reason to abandon necessary truth? Nozick thinks so.
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Nine Ways Debt and Deficit Spending Severely Harm African Societies

Economic FreedomFree MarketsGlobal EconomyKeynesWorld History

07/16/2022Mises Media
Keynesian economics is a scourge to any nation that tries it, and African countries are no exception.
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No, It's Not "Greed" or "Price Gouging" That's Driving up Gas Prices

Central BanksEconomic PolicyThe FedInflationMonetary PolicyU.S. Economy

06/24/2022Mises Media
By late 2021, fueled by trillions in newly printed money, gasoline prices had surged to ten-year highs. Now, even in inflation-adjusted terms, gasoline prices are surging to new highs.
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NATO Plans to Rip Off Americans Even More as Sweden and Finland Set to Join

Big GovernmentU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy

05/27/2022Mises Media
The Europeans are welcome to keep NATO going if they like. But the time has come for the United States to exit.
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Noninterventionism Is Not Isolationism: The US Government Should Stop Arming Ukraine

War and Foreign Policy

05/17/2022Mises Media
Proponents of arming Ukraine against Russia call critics "isolationists" as a pejorative term. But these "entangling alliances" have a history of sad endings with tragic results.
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No, It's Not the Putin Price Hike, No Matter What Joe Biden Claims

The FedInflationPrice Controls

05/11/2022Mises Media
Last year, Joe Biden and his administration claimed that inflation was "transitory." This year, Vladimir Putin gets the blame. Next year, Biden will blame American businesses. And the beat goes on.
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New Covid Study Shows Lockdown-Heavy States Had Some of the Worst Health Results

U.S. History

04/27/2022Mises Media
Among the states that performed the best during the pandemic were lockdown-light states like Utah and Florida. Among the states with the worst outcomes were lockdown-heavy California, New Mexico, New Jersey, and New York.
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No, Hitler Was Not a Closet Capitalist

SocialismWorld History

04/22/2022Mises Media
Despite the Left's denials that Hitler was a socialist, a careful reading of his writings and speeches tells a different story. His sympathies lay with the workers, not the bourgeoisie.
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NATO: Our International Welfare Queens

War and Foreign Policy

04/10/2022Mises Media
The states of Europe have more than enough wealth and military potential to deal with a second-rate power like Russia. The American taxpayers, on the other hand, deserve a break from Europe's grifting.
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Nixonian Socialism

U.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryFiscal TheoryPolitical Theory

03/19/2022Mises Daily Articles
Murray Rothbard, writing in 1971, blasted both the Nixon administration and the erstwhile "free-market" conservatives, basking in the seats of power, who betrayed whatever principles they may have had for the service of the state.
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