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Cuba Rations Food As Its Socialist Economy Enters Crisis Mode

Socialism

Blog06/11/2019

While many have been talking about Venezuela's food shortages,  Cuba is now implementing a rationing program to combat its very own socialism-induced shortages of basic goods.

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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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Can Cooperation Replace Competition?

Monopoly and CompetitionValue and Exchange

Blog06/03/2019

Competition and cooperation and not two things in conflict. They are both essential ingredients in a society based on voluntary action instead of violence.

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Correlation ≠ Causation

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog06/01/2019

The experience with which the sciences of human action have to deal is always an experience of complex phenomena. No laboratory experiments can be performed with regard to human action.

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Confronting the Myths about "Arming Teachers"

Decentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog05/24/2019

There is no evidence that properly trained and armed private citizens would do a worse job than government "law enforcement" personnel in enhancing school safety.

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Can 12th-Century Medicine Save 21st-Century Health Care?

Health

05/23/2019Audio/Video
Accad and Koka interview Dr. Victoria Sweet, author of the best-sellers God’s Hotel and Slow Medicine , two of the most important books on medicine in recent times.
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Central Banks' Forecasts Are Basically Garbage

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog05/22/2019

Central banks' economic models repeatedly and incessantly over-estimate economic growth. We can only speculate as to their motivation.

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