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Here’s What Donald Trump Should Do before Inauguration Day

Big GovernmentStrategy

Blog11/09/2020

Even if he loses, Donald Trump still has time to change military policy, pardon allies, unseat the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, and throw a wrench in the deep state apparatus.

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Close Elections Force Us to Ask Unpleasant Questions about Democracy

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog10/31/2020

A very close or contested election would remind us that elections do not demonstrate "the will of the people" and that national unity is founded on some very fragile myths. 

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Populism Worked for the Pro-Freedom Party in the Past. Can It Work Again?

Strategy

Blog10/29/2020

Is it still possible to "rouse the masses of people against the elites that are looting them" in effective numbers? As late as 1992, Rothbard thought so. And he had historical examples on his side. 

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Ron Paul: Wisdom from a Master

Booms and BustsStrategyU.S. History

America today confronts an unprecedented crisis. Our economy is collapsing, and the fake coronavirus “epidemic,” with its draconian restrictions, is destroying our liberty. What can we do?

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How Decades of Media and Faculty Bias Have Pushed America to the Left

EducationMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog10/22/2020

Silicon Valley and the media are moving even further left. This is what is to be expected when a single ideological group controls educational institutions and major media outlets over a period of several decades.

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Our Politicians Would Probably Be Better If We Picked Them by Lot

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog10/03/2020

Rather than choose among a group of narcissists desperate to become popular by redistributing the income of others, why not choose officeholders by lot for a single term?

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Can the Stock Market Protect Wealth Better Than Gold and Silver?

InflationGlobal EconomyStrategy

Blog10/02/2020

Trying to stay ahead of the government printing press is the modern citizen’s constant worry.

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Hoppe's Localist, Decentralist Strategy Is Working in Brazil

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog09/30/2020

In Brazil the most effective reforms seem to be accumulating at the state and local levels. There has been real success in pushing back against tax increases and more.

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Too Much Centralization Is Turning Everything into a Political Crisis

Decentralization and SecessionMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog09/19/2020

The task ahead is to demonstrate that whatever the sacrifices required to achieve more localized decision-making might be, centralization is too dangerous to continue.

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Sound Money Is Key to Defending Our Liberties

BitcoinMoney and BanksStrategy

Blog09/02/2020

Ludwig von Mises viewed sound money as a limit on government power and as "an instrument for the protection of civil liberties against despotic inroads on the part of governments. "

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