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Pennsylvanians May Amend Constitution to Stop Endless Lockdowns

Bureaucracy and RegulationDecentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog02/15/2021

Not only will these amendments reduce the abuse of emergency declarations, but they will also help to decentralize power within Pennsylvania. While covid has allowed the executive branch to run wild, Pennsylvania is actually structured in a way that makes the decentralization of power easier.

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Populism May Be on the Rise Again in Europe

Global Economy

Blog02/12/2021

Populist parties have yet to score definitive victories in either the US or in Europe. But these groups aren't going away, either. 

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Public Health Measures like Mask Mandates Lead to Unintended and Unpredictable Outcomes

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog02/11/2021

What works in a clinical setting may have totally different outcomes when applied as a matter of "public health." Indeed, one-size-fits-all public health measures can often lead to unintended and unwanted results. 

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Politics and Ideas

U.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog02/08/2021

In the United States, the two-party system of the old days is seemingly still preserved. But this is only a camouflage of the real situation. In fact, the political life of the United States is determined by the struggle and aspirations of pressure groups.

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Pennsylvania's Lockdown Rules Were Arbitrary, Inconsistent, and Political

Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismPolitical Theory

Blog01/28/2021

Surprise! An audit of Pennsylvania's covid lockdowns reveals the process lacked any legal consistency or transparency. Yet Pennsylvania's health bureaucrats have used these arbitrary rules to crush the state's entrepreneurs. 

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Politics Won't Fix the American Decline

Strategy

Blog01/14/2021

While it is popular and accurate to blame our societal elites for being inept, the truth is that these leaders, both political and cultural, are reflections of us. 

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Pietro Marcello’s Martin Eden: The Man versus the State

Media and Culture

Blog01/01/2021

The Italian film director Pietro Marcello brings us a film that visibly moves the needle toward individualism and against collectivism in all its various manifestations.

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Pelosi's "Mandate": What "Consent of the Governed" Really Means

Democracy

Blog12/22/2020

What does "the consent of the governed" mean? In 2020, 53 percent of US residents either voted for someone other than Trump or Biden, or didn’t vote at all. It also means about 75 percent of the population did not vote for Biden. 

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