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Why There is No Such Thing as an Exploitative Monopoly in a Free Market

Cronyism and CorporatismProtectionism and Free TradeMonopoly and Competition

Blog10/26/2020

What's a telltale sign of economic illiteracy? I'm starting to believe the worst is the claim that markets lead to monopoly and the accumulation of wealth in a few hands.

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Will Democracy’s Myths Doom Liberty?

Blog10/23/2020

If Biden is elected, we will hear the same “redemption” storyline that was trumpeted when Obama replaced (temporarily) disgraced George W. Bush. The  media will insist that Biden's inauguration purifies Uncle Sam.

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Pandemic Follies: Tyranny Won’t Keep Us Safe

Big GovernmentHealth

Blog10/13/2020

Because politicians have no liability for the economic damage they inflict, they have no incentive to minimize the disruptions they decree.

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Covid and the Escalation of Medical Tyranny

Big GovernmentHealthInterventionism

Blog10/06/2020

Covid has exposed how easy it is for government to weaponize healthcare. How long will the doctor-patient relationship remain sacred?

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The Genius of Mises's Action Axiom

Praxeology

Blog10/06/2020

It is through action that our subjective valuations become measurable in objective reality. This is why the action axiom is an irreplaceable launch pad for economic thinking.

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How America's Unsound Money Is Destroying Freedom Worldwide

Fiat dollars aren't just an economic and political problem for Americans. The US's money regime enables and strengthens foreign regimes seeking to defraud and deceive their own people.

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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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Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination Is Unethical and Unscientific

Health

Blog09/11/2020

We are fortunate to have vaccines as options in many cases. But mandatory vaccination can never be justified. If a vaccine were clearly 100 percent efficacious and 100 percent safe, there would be no need for coercion; people would voluntarily line up to take it.

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