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The EU Is "the Embodiment of Bureaucratic Hubris"

Global Economy

The EU retreated from the ideas of free trade, free markets, and competition and turned its attention, resources and intentions towards developing a bureaucratic, regulatory, planning economy approach.

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Taking the USMLE to Task

Health

04/01/2019Audio/Video
Bryan Carmody, MD, discusses the machinations that constitute licensing examination in the United States.
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The Data Don't Speak for Themselves

Blog03/23/2019

Problems with data are yet another reason why empirical science is never “settled.”

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The Opioid Epidemic: A Solo Physician’s Hopeful Response

Health

03/07/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Molly Rutherford illustrates what can be accomplished when physicians are free to care for patients privately, without the stigma associated with addiction and rehabilitation clinics.
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The School Safety Debacle

EducationMonopoly and Competition

Blog12/24/2018

Since public schools are funded through tax dollars, the schools don't really care if their safety measures are done in a way that treats students with the sort of respect paying customers would likely receive.

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The (Empirical) Science Isn't Settled

Blog05/14/2018

"Because Science!" has become a popular refrain. I'm not just talking about climate studies. Hayek memorably described this mentality as "scientism".

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Thomas Hardy Shows Us The Horror of War vs. The Beauty of Trade

Media and CultureWorld History

Blog03/07/2018

Markets and trade offer far more benefit for ordinary people than participation in the state's wars. 

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