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Tyler Curtis

Tyler Curtis is a lender at a community bank in Missouri, and earned an undergraduate degree in economics from the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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More Protectionism and Regulation Won't Fix the Economy

ImmigrationProtectionism and Free TradeWar and Foreign Policy

Blog05/13/2020

Trade controls and immigration quotas are just more government regulation. And that won't help revive the economy.

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COVID-19 Is Forcing Governments to Admit Their Regulations Aren't Really Necessary

Bureaucracy and RegulationU.S. EconomyInterventionism

04/21/2020Audio/Video
From medical practices to grocery shipments, governments are loosening restrictions in order to keep goods and services affordable. But if these restrictions are unnecessary now, why claim they are ever necessary?
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COVID-19 Is Forcing Governments to Admit Their Regulations Aren't Really Necessary

Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic Freedom

Blog04/16/2020

From medical practices to grocery shipments, governments are loosening restrictions in order to keep goods and services affordable. But if these restrictions are unnecessary now, why claim they are ever necessary?

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Bernie's Socialism vs. Trump's Socialism

Blog03/14/2020

If he were honest, rather than declaring that "America will never be a socialist country," Trump would simply say, "my socialism is better than Bernie's socialism."

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The State Owns You: The Problem with "National Service"

War and Foreign Policy

Blog02/01/2020

All arguments in favor of mandatory service rest on the idea that an individual's life belongs not to him- or herself, but to the state.

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