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EU politicians seem far more concerned with political games than with trade liberalization.
Government policy often lumps together many people it shouldn't — assuming that everyone in the group labeled "poor" or "low-income" will all benefit equally.
Value and Exchange
When people change cities, they are likely to change their consumption patterns — which means a simple cost-of-living index doesn't tell us what it should.
U.S. EconomyU.S. History
Reagan's rhetoric on freedom and free markets was excellent. The policies he supported as president weren't nearly as great.
We're clearly better off than our grandparents in many ways. But now we have to be sure not destroy the progress that's been made.
Taxes and Spending
By accepting the premise that government can and should solve all of life’s problems, conservatives and Republicans will inevitably get into a “bidding war” with progressives and Democrats.
When opposing modern schemes for "reparations," libertarians are taking a moral position defending property rights — they're not just deferring to the status quo.
History of the Austrian School of Economics
"Murray Rothbard would later say 'Without the founding of the Mises Institute, I am convinced the whole Misesian program would have collapsed.'"