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Elon Musk versus the Woke Cartel

Bureaucracy and RegulationProgressivism

Blog05/27/2022

Because of Elon Musk's attempt to take over Twitter, Tesla has been removed the S&P's ESG Index, an action that exposes ESG for what it really is: a woke cartel.

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End Roe v. Wade: It's Time to Defederalize Abortion Policy

U.S. History

Blog05/04/2022

The SCOTUS decision on abortion isn't really about the legality of abortion in America. It's all about how far you have to drive to get one. But many progressives can't stand that people have different values in different places. 

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Elon Musk's Twitter Gambit and What It Means to the "Clique in Power"

Cronyism and Corporatism

Blog04/26/2022

Contrary to what progressives may claim, Twitter has not been the "town hall for democracy," but rather an enforcer for "wokeness, political fealty, and obedience to official state dictates and narratives."

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Elon Musk Bought Twitter, and the Pundits Sure Are Mad

U.S. History

Blog04/25/2022

Elon Musk just bought Twitter, and Twitter's most active users—a group composed largely of mainstream journalists—can't stand the idea that a social media platform might actually tolerate dissenting voices.

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Economic Theory Begins with Human Action, Not Data Sets

Booms and BustsFree MarketsAustrian Economics OverviewPraxeology

Blog04/25/2022

Austrian economics begins with logical deductions made from what we know about human action, not data sets that are subject to change.

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Expect Washington to Throw a Fit over China's New Deal with the Solomon Islands

Money and BanksWar and Foreign Policy

Blog04/20/2022

Washington regards the entire world as its "sphere of influence." But now Beijing is looking to follow the US playbook on hegemony and expand Beijing's network of military bases abroad.

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European Environmentalists Have Made Energy Independence Impossible

The Environment

Blog03/30/2022

Europe wants cheap and abundant energy, but politicians demonize nuclear, gas, and oil. All the interventionist proposals that are put forward by European politicians entail a higher cost for long-suffering consumers.

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End the Fed and Get More Doritos

Money and Banks

Blog03/23/2022

Another gift of the inflationary Fed: Frito-Lay recently began putting fewer chips in a bag of Doritos, reducing the weight of a bag about five percent from 9.75 ounces to 9.25 ounces in the process.

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