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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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With a Biden Win, The War Party Will Be Back in Full Force

War and Foreign Policy

Blog11/17/2020

“What is the one thing that brings Republicans and Democrats together?” Rand Paul asked reporters. “War—they love it."

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Can Incumbent Trump Win with an Anti-establishment Message?

10/30/2020Power & Market

Trump's anti-establishment rhetoric has made him seem for many the antipolitician candidate, even if he has ultimately ...

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Pope Francis's Latest Attack on Property: It's a "Secondary Right"

Private Property

Blog10/20/2020

The pope doesn't understand that it is the protection of property rights that secures the common good.

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

Global EconomyHealth

05/12/2020Mises Media
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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