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Global EconomyTaxes and Spending
Anti-market activists in Argentina try to blame the country's economic woes on markets, but the populist movement of Peronism is what has doomed the country to endless cycles of economic and monetary crises.
Money and Banks
Argentinians have voted again for the policies that led to the 2014 financial crisis, and many crises before it. The regime remains inflationary and committed to big spending.
From Oregon to Rhode Island, counties and municipalities have announced they will not enforce various state and federal gun laws.
In Argentina’s case, it seems that old political habits of anti-capitalist policy die hard. So, no matter who ends up winning the presidency in October, the Argentine people are set to lose.
The Federal government is not going to stop state and local police from stealing the property of innocent people.
Big GovernmentInterventionismPolitical Theory
The Swiss “Landsgemeinde” assembly provides some insight into how to create a less-bad form of political power. But that's still worse than true self-determination.
Media and CultureMoney and BanksThe Police State
The US private sector badly needs to de-politicize itself. Also: more government regulation isn't the answer.
Money and BanksMoney and Banking
The Bolívar’s collapse is rather tragic, considering the Bolívar was actually one of Latin Americas’ strongest currencies during Venezuela’s peak from the 1950s to 1970s.