Corporate Welfare

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The FDA and the Courts Fail to Truly Discipline the Pharmaceutical Industry for Exploiting the Mentally Ill

Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareCronyism and Corporatism

Blog01/07/2023

Does the regulatory system help guarantee safe and effective drugs? Does the system protect drug consumers? Court cases tell us otherwise.

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The Tea Party, Fifteen Years Later

AntipoliticsCorporate WelfareStrategy

Blog12/16/2022

Ah yes, the Tea Party. Fifteen years after it was established by followers of Ron Paul, the so-called antiestablishment organization has been co-opted by establishment Republicans. Dale Steinreich is not surprised.

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Multinational Agrichemical Corporations and the Great Food Transformation

Corporate WelfareCronyism and Corporatism

Blog11/05/2022

As "decarbonize agriculture" becomes the watchword, powerful multinational agriculture firms have embraced the 2030 UN agenda. Their actions will result in widespread hunger.

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Student Loan Debt: The Financial Time Bomb Politicians Want to Ignore

Corporate WelfareTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

Blog10/20/2022

President Biden's nonsolution of partial "debt forgiveness" is in limbo, but the slow financial destruction that massive student loan debt is unleashing continues.

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Austrians Have Been Correct about Big Tech: Elon Musk Just Proved Them Right

Corporate WelfareDemocracyEconomic Freedom

Blog05/05/2022

The partisan leftism of much of the tech industry has led to conservatives calling for state intervention in the digital sphere. Elon Musk's recent purchase of Twitter proves this was wrong.

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Meds: The Seen—and Unseen—of Intellectual Property Laws

Corporate WelfareCronyism and CorporatismLegal SystemMonopoly and Competition

Blog04/29/2022

Much of what we might call monopoly capitalism (or crony capitalism) can be tied to intellectual property laws.

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A Legacy of Corruption in the FDA and Big Pharma

Corporate Welfare

Blog09/11/2021

As long as Big Pharma wants it, and if there's a profit to be made, apparently our government will be there to provide lots of taxpayer funding. Actual healthcare is apparently a secondary concern. 

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Playing Games with Stocks

Corporate WelfareCronyism and CorporatismFinancial Markets

Blog03/04/2021

The GameStop saga—can we call it an insurrection?—wants easy heroes and villains. Both are available.

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