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The New Rules of Engagement

Politics

Blog01/23/2023

All people of goodwill have an obligation to fight the escalation of politics in American life. 

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They Won't Leave Us Alone: The Invasion of Politics

HayekPolitics

Blog01/20/2023

Forget minding your own business. Ours is the age of invasive politics, demanding we take sides no matter how much we would like to be left alone.

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The Politicization of Procreation: The Ultimate in "the Personal Is Political"

PoliticsProgressivism

Blog01/16/2023

Gloria Steinem declared, "The personal is political." Today, politics has reached into family life and even procreation itself, an unhappy trend for unhappy people.

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The Government Throws Money at Heart Disease, but Prevention Is Better than Cure

Bureaucracy and RegulationPolitics

Blog01/14/2023

Americans spend billions of dollars on treating heart disease. Prevention is cheaper, but thanks to perverse government incentives, preventing heart disease takes a backseat to medical spending.

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The Friction Ahead in 2023

PoliticsStrategy

Claudio Grass interviews Jeff Deist on the tumultuous year ahead.

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Notes from the Digital Gulag

Bureaucracy and RegulationMedia and CulturePolitics

Blog12/23/2022

Remember those dystopian futuristic films in which the evil people try to electronically erase the heroes? Social media companies are trying to recreate that scenario.

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Student Debt: It Is and Has Been a Personal Choice

LawPoliticsProgressivism

Blog12/19/2022

Progressives demanding that the government forgive student debt forget that student loans were made voluntarily by students that promised to pay back what they owe.

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Biden Is Lying about the Jobs Data

Media and CulturePoliticsUnemploymentU.S. Economy

5 hours agoMises Media
It's only a good time to be a worker in America if one confuses falling real wages and falling full-time employment with robust employment conditions.
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