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Big GovernmentPoliticsWar and Foreign Policy
Not satisfied with the futile and destructive wars it has fought in this century, leaders of the U.S. Armed Forces now want reinstatement of the draft. Instead, perhaps our government should give peace a chance.
Economic PolicyFree MarketsLabor and WagesMedia and Culture
Although the percentage of the unionized U.S. workforce has fallen in recent decades, labor unions still are a threat to our economy and our collective wellbeing.
LawLegal SystemMedia and CultureThe Police State
Governments are using intimidation to regulate independent journalists on the decentralized internet.
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Booms and BustsThe FedMoney and Banks
No matter the situation, bank CEOs believe that the Big Score is just around the corner. Then reality hits.
Economic FreedomThe EntrepreneurMedia and CultureProtectionism and Free Trade
In the spirit of Walter Block's classic Defending the Undefendable, Kevin Duffy looks at the "undefendable" investments and economic choices and finds them profitable.
Central BanksDemocracyStrategyTaxes and SpendingWorld History
While the prospect of Javier Milei being elected president of Argentina is attractive, his plan to "dollarize" the Argentine economy will fall well short of hopes and expectations.
The great Thomas Sowell takes on the social justice industry. As usual, he makes excellent points even if, as David Gordon notes, logic deems we go even further.