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Life and Health Are at Stake as the Economy Grinds to a Halt

Global EconomyStrategy

Blog04/07/2020

The quality of the models being used by politicians to set COVID-19 policy is only as good as the data collected. Unfortunately, the data is not very good. Meanwhile, real costs arise from the ruined economy.

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Freedom Still Matters, Even in the Midst of a Virus

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog04/07/2020

“Whenever a single definite object is made the supreme end of the State…the State becomes for the time inevitably absolute.” We cannot allow combating a virus to overwhelm all other values in society.

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Want Political Change? Get Rid of Campaign Finance Regulations.

Anti-PoliticsStrategy

Blog04/01/2020

Campaign finance laws favor incumbents and the rich and famous. Real change requires more freedom and decentralization in how campaigns are funded.

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Rose Wilder Lane Is Now More Relevant Than Ever

SocialismStrategyU.S. History

Blog03/07/2020

Rose Wilder Lane was one of the past century's most ardent proponents of liberty. Give Me Liberty, which traces her evolution from communism to a devotion to liberty, is as relevant to the present as it was in 1936.

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The US Constitution Needs an Expiration Date

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog03/05/2020

The Swiss constitution wisely puts a "date of expiration" on the central government's taxing power every 10-15 years. Voters have to vote "yes" to extend this power. Americans should demand something similar, both for taxes and for much more.

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The Fight for Liberty and the Beltway Barbarians

Strategy

Blog02/07/2020

Are we emphasizing “the negative”? In a sense, yes, but what else are we to stress when our values, our principles, our very being are under attack from a relentless foe?

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Why Voting Doesn't Tell Us What Voters Really Want

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog02/01/2020

In a large enough democracy, the impact of an individual vote is statistically zero on the margin. 

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Franz Jägerstätter: Conscientious Objector

Media and CultureStrategyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog01/29/2020

Terrence Malick's new film about conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter is a subtle film. But perhaps too much so, and we need to look deeper to understand why this one man so vehemently resisted the Nazi state at the cost of his own life.

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Politics Drops Its Pretenses

Big GovernmentStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog10/15/2019

We need an anti-politics movement just as surely as we need an antiwar movement. 

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A World of Malice

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog08/12/2019

Jeff Deist reviews Michael Malice's The New Right in the forthcoming September/October issue of The Austrian.

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