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Why the Ute Indian Tribe Opposed Biden's Plans to Limit Oil Drilling

Decentralization and Secession

Blog1 hour ago

This week's clash over federal attempts to control tribal drilling rights highlights the importance of tribal sovereignty in limiting federal power. 

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Lessons on Economic Freedom from Ancient Greece

World History

Blog2 hours ago

Economic freedom isn't a modern invention, and ancient Greece can provide some useful examples that show how markets are the engine of propserity and human flourishing. 

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Compared to Europe and China, America Is Still a Safe Bet

Financial MarketsU.S. Economy

Blog7 hours ago

There's a lot of excessive optimism about the economy during the next four years in America. However, the US still comes out on top when compared to Europe and China.

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Understanding the Roots and Causes of Inflation

Money and Banking

Blog01/26/2021

The gold standard has one tremendous virtue: the quantity of money under the gold standard is independent of the policies of governments and political parties.  It is a form of protection against spendthrift governments.

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How the Covid Crisis Exposed the Absurdity of "Certificates of Need"

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealthPrices

Blog01/26/2021

We're often told that it is too difficult to access healthcare services in America. So why are American governments imposing "certificate of need" laws that make it harder to create new healthcare facilities? 

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In a Paranoid Nation, "Treason" Is Everywhere

Media and CultureThe Police StateU.S. History

Blog01/26/2021

In a free society, peaceful citizens deserve the legal benefit of the doubt. In an age where government agents have endlessly intruded onto people’s land and into their emails, citizens should not be scourged for transgressing unknown or unmarked federal boundaries.

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With Biden, Get Ready For More "Regime Change"

War and Foreign Policy

Blog01/25/2021

Yes, Senator Paul is right. "Regime change" doesn't work. Buckle up, as incoming Senate majority leader Schumer advised, there's a whole lot of interventionism in the queue.

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The FDA Botched Covid Testing in 2020. Nothing Has Changed Since Then.

Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth

Blog01/25/2021

FDA regulation of testing is premised on the idea that FDA employees are experts at everything they are regulating. This is a very bad assumption. 

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