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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 three children.  

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Brazils Bolsonaro Becomes Political Target Thanks to Skeptical Approach to COVID-19 Lockdowns

Global EconomyHealth

05/12/2020Audio/Video
While the Left has agitated for more government spying and harsher "lockdowns," Brazil's president—perhaps fearing economic implosion—has been reluctant to crack down.
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Why Does Brazil’s Bolsonaro Refuse To Lock Down His Country's Economy?

HealthLegal SystemPoverty

Blog05/11/2020

While the Left has agitated for more government spying and harsher "lockdowns," Brazil's president—perhaps fearing economic implosion—has been reluctant to crack down.

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Fear Makes It Easy for Governments to Expand Power

Big GovernmentHealthLegal System

Blog03/25/2020

Why are governments so enthusiastic about shutting down businesses when other less draconian measures are available and prudent? The answer lies in the fact that governments can act with near impunity and want to maximize their power.

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The Chinese Regime Has Made China's Woes Much Worse

Cronyism and CorporatismHealthSocialism

Blog03/21/2020

Whether we're talking public health or economic growth, the Chinese regime's love of intervention and centralization has led to one crisis after another.

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Robots Ready to Scoop Ice Cream Jobs

Blog08/02/2019

As Murray Rothbard so rightly put it, minimum wage laws translate into “compulsory unemployment.” They don't provide any jobs. They only outlaw them.

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