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Roger McKinney

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Roger McKinney is an analyst for an HMO and teaches economics for a small private college. He has authored two books, Financial Bull Riding and God is a Capitalist: Markets from Moses to Marx.

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There Is Something Wrong with the Economic Views of Theologians

PhilosophyProgressivismSocialismU.S. HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog12/16/2023

Theologican Kathryn Tanner has written a theological condemnation of capitalism. As is the case with most theologians, they understand neither capitalism nor socialism.

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Killers of the Flower Moon Is about Government Failure

Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismMedia and CultureU.S. History

11/25/2023Mises Media
The newly released movie "Killers of the Flower Moon" depicts what happens when politically connected people can use the state to carry out nefarious deeds. Unfortunately, government failure is one lesson that is sure to be lost here.
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Killers of the Flower Moon Is about Government Failure

Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismMedia and CultureU.S. History

Blog11/06/2023

The newly-released movie "Killers of the Flower Moon" depicts what happens when politically-connected people can use the state to carry out nefarious deeds. Unfortunately, government failure is one lesson that is sure to be lost here.

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Government-Enforced Paid Family Leave Is Not Pro-Family

Bureaucracy and RegulationLawLabor and WagesMedia and Culture

10/30/2023Mises Media
Christianity Today magazine enthusiastically endorses government-enforced family leave, calling it “pro-family.” Government coercion, however, is still violence, not something to be championed.
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Government-Enforced Paid Family Leave Is Not Pro-Family

Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic PolicyLawLabor and WagesMedia and Culture

Blog10/13/2023

Christianity Today magazine enthusiastically endorses government-enforced family leave, calling it “pro-family.” Government coercion, however, is still violence, not something to be championed.

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