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Why Are Progressives so Bad at Governing?

Taxes and SpendingU.S. History

Blog6 hours ago

From crumbling public transport to rampant homelessness, progressive politicians are terrible at running the government once they are in power.

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The Opioid Epidemic: Is Pharma To Blame?

Health

06/18/2019Audio/Video
Accad and Koka interview Jacob James Rich.
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NCAA: Making a Federal Case Out of Private Rules Violations

Legal System

Blog06/13/2019

Federal prosecutors are now charging suspects with breaking non-existent federal statutes in cases involving violations of internal NCAA rules. But if there is fraud anywhere in this sorry affair, it is committed by federal prosecutors, defense attorneys, federal judges, and journalists.

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Yousif Almoayyed: How Austrian Economics Can Make You a Better Businessperson

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

06/11/2019Audio/Video
Hunter Hastings and Yousif Almoayyed discuss how to develop an "economic way" of seeing and thinking.
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China Abandoned Hard-Core Socialism — So Progessives Abandoned China

World History

Blog06/06/2019

Progressives like John Kenneth Galbraith no longer heap praise on China, given that it long ago abandoned Mao’s austere communism. Instead, modern progressive economists like Joe Stiglitz save their acclaim for the economies of places like Cuba and Venezuela.

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In Africa, Poverty Grows Because of the Elites' Anti-Capitalism

Global Economy

Blog06/05/2019

Both ideological anti-capitalism and economic factors contribute to the way Africa lags the rest of the world in the conquest of poverty.

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How To Rollback Bad Health Care Laws

Health

06/03/2019Audio/Video
How should physicians act within the problematic framework of “organized medicine” to tangibly improve medical practice? Accad and Koka interview Dr. Marcelo Hochman.
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Bureaucracy, Legal Immunity, and Prosecutorial Abuse

By making government prosecutors nearly invulnerable to legal accountability, the courts have unleashed a situation which F.A. Hayek described as one in which “the worst get on top.”

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