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Why Ron Paul Is Right

U.S. HistoryWorld History

How has Ron managed to be right so often? He is a brilliant expositor of basic Rothbardian principles about the free market and a noninterventionist foreign policy.

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Will AI Learn to Become a Better Entrepreneur than You?

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurshipPraxeology


While artificial intelligence has its merits, it still cannot perform the job of the Misesian entrepreneur. That is a good thing.

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When the Private Sector Is the Enemy

U.S. History


Rest in peace, "technolibertarianism." There was a time when many believed tech entrepreneurs would usher in a new era of freedom. Unfortunately, the new tech elites are technocratic collaborators with the regime.

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Why the 1787 Constitution Did Not Bring Republican Government to America

U.S. History


It's a myth that the "Founding Fathers" made America a republic in 1787. It was the state governments and their constitutions that did this. But the top-down myth glorifying the central government endures. 

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What Happens When Human Progress Takes a Break?

U.S. EconomyWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History


We have experienced an unprecedented increase in the standard of living throughout the world. But recent developments have been blocking progress for the past several years.

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Why Libertarians Should Support the Multipolar World

Decentralization and SecessionDemocracySecessionWar and Foreign Policy


Western intellectuals and their political allies are pushing relentlessly toward a unipolar world. Freedom lies in the multipolar direction.

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Why Mises’s Theory of Economic Calculation Still Is Relevant Today

CapitalismSocialismCalculation and Knowledge


Whether political elites promote outright socialism or interventionism, thanks to the reality of economic calculation, they are advocating a failed economy.

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Why the End of the Petrodollar Spells Trouble for the US Regime

Money and BanksU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy


By itself, the end of the petrodollar won't destroy the dollar. But it will continue a trend that weakens both the dollar and the US regime's power. 

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