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How the Feds Promoted Segregated Housing

Bureaucracy and RegulationU.S. History

Blog03/08/2019

For decades, federal housing policy explicitly favored whites over blacks, likely worsening many of today's enduring wealth disparities.

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Hazlitt's Economics in One Lesson (1946): An Aging Friend's Long-Overdue Assessment

Free Markets

Blog01/26/2019

The rise of interest in free market economics has come from outside academia and Economics in One Lesson has been a great part of this awareness.

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How Gun Control Became an Instrument of Tyranny in Venezuela

Big GovernmentSocialismThe Police State

Blog01/16/2019

Venezuelans are defenseless against a government that runs roughshod over their civil liberties and economic livelihood.

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How Social Media Is Becoming an Arm of the State

Blog11/23/2018

Silicon Valley is allured by the prospect of state privilege and has worked to cultivate it like every other crony entity in the U.S.

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How to Solve the Social Media De-Platforming Problem

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog11/15/2018

Big social media companies enjoy government protections while leveraging their privileges to push political agendas.

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Healthcare Is Not Immune to the Laws of Economics

HealthInterventionism

Blog02/09/2017
Proclaiming health care to be a "right" won't make new doctors, hospitals, drugs, and medical equipment fall from the sky — in just the right amounts.
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