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Alice Salles

Alice Salles was born and raised in Brazil but has lived in America for over ten years. She now lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with her husband, Nick Hankoff, and their four children.  

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The Virtue of Neutrality: Resist Pressure to Choose Sides in the Ukraine-Russia Crisis

War and Foreign Policy

Blog03/14/2022

Although social media says otherwise, neutrality in the Ukraine-Russia conflict is a good thing.

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We've Only Just Begun to See the Benefits of the New Surge in Homeschooling

Education

12/13/2021Mises Media
For decades, countless parents have been on autopilot when it comes to letting the state manage their child's education. But over the past two years, millions of parents have begun to take control.
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We've Only Just Begun to See the Benefits of the New Surge in Homeschooling

Blog12/01/2021

For decades, countless parents have been on autopilot when it comes to letting the state manage their child's education. But over the past two years, millions of parents have begun to take control.

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Vaccinate for Global Democracy? The US Empire Turns Therapeutic

HealthWar and Foreign Policy

Blog09/29/2021

Instead of spreading “democracy” by bombing foreign nations, America will be spreading “health” by delivering vaccines produced by untouchable pharmaceutical conglomerates.

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WaPo Editors: "Liberty" Requires Us to Implement Vaccine Passports

Health

09/09/2021Mises Media
Governments are seeking to mandate vaccine usage in a variety of ways, even while vaccine producers are shielded from full legal accountability should their treatments cause harm. That should raise some red flags.
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