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James Ketler

James Ketler is a high school student living in Massachusetts with his brother, sister, and parents. He became interested in libertarianism in 2015 after hearing about Rand Paul's presidential campaign and followed the rabbit hole straight down to Mises and Rothbard. When he's able to find the time, James loves to study and write about liberty, ethics, history, and economics.

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Why the Capitol Riot Terrified the Elite

U.S. History

Blog02/25/2021

The media-government alliance has clamped down against the populist right harder than ever before. Yet, one can sense a hint of panic within establishment ranks that the threads of their dominance may finally be unraveling.

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Public Health Measures like Mask Mandates Lead to Unintended and Unpredictable Outcomes

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog02/11/2021

What works in a clinical setting may have totally different outcomes when applied as a matter of "public health." Indeed, one-size-fits-all public health measures can often lead to unintended and unwanted results. 

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Red and Blue States: It's Time for a Multistate Solution

Decentralization and SecessionDemocracyMajority Rule

12/24/2020Mises Media
Joe Biden says: "I will work as hard for those who didn't vote for me as those who did." Does anyone actually believe that?
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Red and Blue States: It's Time for a Multistate Solution

Decentralization and SecessionDemocracyMajority Rule

Blog12/21/2020

Joe Biden says: "I will work as hard for those who didn't vote for me as those who did." Does anyone actually believe that?

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Massachusetts Is Back with More "Right to Repair" Nonsense

Bureaucracy and Regulation

11/05/2020Mises Media
The new "right to repair" measure on the ballot in Massachusetts has very little to do with rights, and a lot to do with new costly and bureaucratic mandates on automakers.
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