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LawLibertarianismLegal SystemProperty Rights
David Gordon explains Murray Rothbard's famous assertion that laws against libel and slander should not be on the books.
LawProperty RightsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology
While Murray Rothbard believed that self-ownership formed the basis for private property rights, other philosophers disagree.
LawMedia and CultureProgressivismProperty RightsThe Police State
The recent executive order by New Mexico's governor suspending gun rights in part of the state demonstrates not only her ignorance of the law, but also her greater ignorance of the origin of rights.
Bureaucracy and RegulationProperty Rights
The usual answer is that secondhand smoke is bad. But if value is subjective, perhaps secondhand smoke also can be seen as a public good.
Economic FreedomProperty RightsPhilosophy and Methodology
Do we have a right to sunlight? How do we assert those rights? Murray Rothbard provides some answers.
Bureaucracy and RegulationProperty RightsPhilosophy and Methodology
How do we view government ownership of natural resources? Can a homesteading case be made for it? Usually not.
LawProperty RightsU.S. History
Like so many other Indian tribes, the Cherokees found out the US government has a penchant for not abiding by its own treaties.
Media and CultureProgressivismProperty RightsSocialism
People from socially and economically marginized groups in the USA tend to support socialism. Yet socialists have a long and bloody history of suppressing these very groups.
Bureaucracy and RegulationProperty RightsEntrepreneurship
In the name of "economic development," San Antonio's government is seeking to seize a thriving business near the Alamo.
The EnvironmentFree MarketsProperty RightsCalculation and Knowledge
Americans typically are told that private enterprise wastes resources while government preserves them. Economic truths turn that canard upside down.