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When states offer refuge to foreigners seeking to avoid the military draft, these governments perform a humanitarian act, which is helping refugees avoid kidnapping and enslavement.
Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical TheorySubjectivism
Professor Melinda Cooper of Australia believes she has "discovered" Murray Rothbard, but the Rothbard she claims to have found is nonexistent. David Gordon explains why.
The rise of democracy blurred the lines between the regime and the people it exploits. This was less of a problem under monarchs, whose interests were clearly separate from the public's.
LawProgressivismThe Police State
Vaccine mandates imposed by governments violate individual rights and further the coercive powers of the state. They also violate Kantian ethical norms, turning people into vehicles to accomplish the ends of governing elites.
Bureaucracy and RegulationFree MarketsU.S. EconomyWorld History
Before Steve Jobs and the iPhone, there was Malcolm McLean, inventor of the shipping container. McLean made the iPhone—and many other things—possible.
Free MarketsInflationMonetary Policy
When the Nixon administration ended the dollar's ties to gold, it was yet another sad chapter in the US government's abuse of its currency. And the government learned nothing.
AntipoliticsBureaucracy and RegulationProgressivism
Aided by state intervention, disinformation is becoming a way of life in communications.
Economic FreedomMonetary PolicyProperty RightsSocialism
Development economists often confuse natural resources with wealth and then are puzzled when countries rich in resources experience widespread poverty. Free markets lead to creation of wealth, period.