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Single-Payer Healthcare Is the Worst Kind of Universal Healthcare

HealthTaxes and Spending

Blog05/17/2019

Compared to other types of universal healthcare systems, what we call "single-payer" healthcare is possibly the worst of all.

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Schumpeter vs. Kirzner on Entrepreneurs

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

Blog05/16/2019

A comparison between the two theories of entrepreneurial action suggest that it may be time to drop the use of the words “equilibrium” and “disequilibrium” from economics.

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Social Security's Winners and Losers

Taxes and Spending

Blog05/14/2019

If Social Security was efficient, equitable, reliable and sustainable, defending the status quo might be sensible. But it is none of those things.

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Sorry! I Can’t Relax About Socialism

Media and CultureSocialismThe Police State

Blog05/03/2019

Socialism, democratic or otherwise, rides on the back of force and violence. When they drop the veil, its a government agent pointing a gun.

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Stiglitz: Enemy of the Free Market

Big GovernmentBook ReviewsStrategy

Blog05/03/2019

Joseph Stiglitz has written a new book that calls for massive state control over the economy.

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Study Estimates the Green New Deal to Cost $93 Trillion — That's a Conservative Estimate

Big GovernmentThe EnvironmentInterventionism

Blog03/27/2019

The Green New Deal contains a wish list of progressive social and economic goals that come with a staggering price tag. 

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Statistics: Achilles' Heel of Government

Free MarketsInterventionism

03/22/2019Mises Daily Articles
Without government stats, the state would be crippled in justifying its interventionism. If the government received no railroad statistics, for example, how in the world could it even start to regulate railroad rates, finances, and other affairs?
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Small Businesses Are Key In Improving the Lives of Workers

Labor and WagesPoverty

Blog03/13/2019

Small businesses are essential in providing employment for workers who might otherwise be locked out of the mainstream economy. Small firms also drive large firms to compete for workers, thus driving up wages.

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