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John Kennedy

John Kennedy is a recent graduate of Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy. Economists such as Murray Rothbard, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and Ludwig von Mises have captured his interest in Austrian economics and inspired him to start writing.

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US Foreign Policy Is a Far Cry from the Founders Intent

Big GovernmentCronyism and CorporatismU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog01/29/2024

The founders of the United States warned against getting entangled in foreign wars. Unfortunately, political elites today seek to expand the US empire, leaving death and destruction in their path.

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The Mixed Economy Model Still Disrupts Private Markets

Big GovernmentEconomic PolicyFree MarketsProgressivism

Blog12/09/2023

Progressives believe that government intervention in the economy is necessary to promote both efficiency and fairness. In truth, intervention accomplishes neither of them.

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Strikes Always Have Economic Consequences and the Latest UAW Strike Is No Exception

Economic PolicyLabor and WagesSocialismU.S. Economy

09/25/2023Mises Media
The UAW's strike against US automakers will do long-term damage to the domestic auto industry. Unfortunately, unions and their advocates will learn nothing from this debacle.
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Strikes Always Have Economic Consequences and the Latest UAW Strike Is No Exception

Economic PolicyLabor and WagesSocialismU.S. Economy

Blog09/20/2023

The UAW's strike against US automakers will do long-term damage to the domestic auto industry. Unfortunately, unions and their advocates will learn nothing from this debacle.

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Censorship through the Centuries: Free Speech Suppression by the Government and the Mainstream Media

Media and CultureThe Police StateU.S. History

08/15/2023Mises Media
While Americans believe the First Amendment protects their speech, the US government and mainstream media have joined together to suppress speech that does not coincide with government policies.
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