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Gerardo Enrique Garibay Camarena

Gerardo Garibay Camarena is a Mexican writer and political analyst with experience in the private and public sector. He’s editor of Wellington.mx, author of two books—Sin medias tintas and López, Carter, Reagan—and a weekly columnist for many online news organizations. His new book is Cómo jugar al ajedrez sin dados, a guide to reading politics and understanding politicians.

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Empathy for the Poor Is Not Enough

Poverty

07/09/2020Mises Media
It's a good thing when politicians recognize that there are people out there who are less fortunate than the political class. But this empathy only does anyone any good if policymakers refrain from socialistic government schemes that make poverty worse.
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Empathy for the Poor Is Not Enough

Poverty

It's a good thing when politicians recognize that there are people out there who are less fortunate than the political class. But this empathy only does anyone any good if policymakers refrain from socialistic government schemes that make poverty worse.

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As Oil Craters, Mexico's Government Still Bets on Its Oil Monopoly

Bureaucracy and RegulationSocialismWorld History

05/04/2020Mises Media
With oil prices in likely long-term tailspin, corrupt governments can't count on oil sales to bail them out anymore. But Mexico's government didn't get the memo and still clings to the state oil monopoly.
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As Oil Craters, Mexico's Government Still Bets on Its Oil Monopoly

Bureaucracy and RegulationSocialismWorld History

With oil prices in likely long-term tailspin, corrupt governments can't count on oil sales to bail them out anymore. But Mexico's government didn't get the memo and still clings to the state oil monopoly.

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Mexico's Leftist Leader Is Turning Out To Be a Disaster

Media and Culture

The last sixteen months of López Obrador's administration have been a show of incompetence, yet people continue to cling to the idea that the key to solving Mexico's problems is getting the "right people" in office.

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