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Why the Marketplace Is Not a Zero-Sum Game

CapitalismMedia and Culture


Market progress through entrepreneurship and innovation means increased production. In a world of scarcity, that benefits all of us in society. That makes it a positive-sum game.

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Why People Don't Trust Pfizer's Covid Vaccine.

Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismHealth


Why are so many people afraid of vaccines from Big Pharma? It might be because these companies have given the public many reasons to be skeptical of them and their products. 

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What Is the Great Reset? Part I: Reduced Expectations and Bio-techno-feudalism

Big Government


In terms of governance, the Great Reset means increasingly centralized, coordinated, and expanded government and “governmentalities,” the convergence of corporations and states, and the digitalization of governmental functions.

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Was Gustave de Molinari an Anarchist until the Very End?


Did Molinari change his anarcho-capitalist views later in his life? We find some insights into his personal thoughts through his letters and interviews.

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Why Beltway Conservatives Hate the Trump Populists


In 2016, establishment conservatives went "all in" on defeating Trump. But they lost, and as a result lost control of the conservative movement and the GOP. 

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Why Governments Hate Decentralization and "Local Control"


Decentralized societies that value local customs, institutions, and governments are obstacles to the expansion of the regime's power. Not surprisingly, central governments do all they can to destroy this.

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Why Government Stimulus Sometimes Looks like It Revives the Economy

Booms and BustsInflationOther Schools of Thought


Even when an economic bust appears, there may still be enough real savings in the economy to quickly put the economy back on track. This is what brings economic recovery, not artificial "stimulus."

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