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U.S. HistoryWorld History
There is no denying the awful history of slavery in the Western Hemisphere. However, to better understand its legacy, we must rely on truth, not myths.
Bureaucracy and RegulationPhilosophy
President Biden's executive order to "strengthen equity" in the federal government is doomed to fail. It will create a lot of havoc in the meantime.
Molinari's "liberal principles had been proclaimed by Cobden, Gladstone and Bright in England, and by Turgot, Say, Chevalier and Bastiat in France."
Philosophy and MethodologyValue and Exchange
Other psychic factors being equal, it is to everyone's self-interest to maximize his monetary income on the market. But this maximum income can then be used for either “selfish” or for “altruistic” ends.
ProgressivismSocialismAustrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology
Progressivism is collectivist, anti-individual, and ultimately destroys civilization itself. Austrian economics stands against this force.
War and Foreign PolicyWorld History
Do military leaders really understand economics and, especially, do they understand the devastating effect war has on peaceful economies? Certainly, not enough of them understand economics.
LibertarianismPoliticsPhilosophy and Methodology
Human rights is a term tossed around casually in our politicized age. Must there be a moral base to such rights, and how do we determine that morality?
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismProgressivismSocialism
The planned subway extension in New York City promises to be the latest financial fiasco in the mess that is the city's undercapitalized and poorly maintained metro.