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Cronyism and CorporatismTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory
Governments that redistribute wealth and regulate our daily lives are inherently corrupt. We cheapen the word "corruption" when we reserve it for just a few politicians who break the arbitrary rules.
Trying to stay ahead of the government printing press is the modern citizen’s constant worry.
Free MarketsPrice Controls
Rent control in Ontario has restricted the supply of housing while lowering the quality of available units.
Bureaucracy and Regulation
What bureaucrats call "safety" often just means lower wages and more unemployment. This hardly provides workers with a safer and more secure life overall.
Economic FreedomMonopoly and CompetitionOther Schools of Thought
In an unhampered economy, monopoly is not a framework distinguishable from “pure” competition. In fact, inefficient monopolies arise only in case of government interventionism.
Economic FreedomWorld History
Twenty-first-century socialism, which has been so popular in Latin America for many years, has failed in a way that mirrors the failure of twentieth-century socialism in other parts of the world.
The Police StatePrivate Property
“Taking back the streets” ought to mean privatizing them and enabling property owners to defend their property. This would be the surest way to end the riots.
Capitalists, acting as intermediaries between present production and future consumption, are the key players in every capitalistic economy.