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Are Universities Finished?

Higher education in America today is in a crisis. The diversity thought police pounce on anyone who offers the slightest resistance to them.

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The "Old" vs. the "New" Liberalism

Blog07/08/2020

The enemies of the system of free enterprise paid liberalism an unintended compliment when they applied the name "liberal" to their own creed, historically the opposite of what liberalism stood for from the start.

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How Historians Changed the Meaning of "Liberalism"

Political Theory

Blog07/02/2020

Liberalism was the most popular and influential ideology during the nineteenth and early twentieth century. So, every new socialist and authoritarian movement defined itself as "liberal" to capitalize on liberalism's popularity and importance.

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The Fallacy of the Equation of Exchange

Money and Banking

Blog06/17/2020

The assumption that an exchange presumes some sort of equality has been a delusion of economic theory since Aristotle.

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Riots: Not Fun nor Profit for the Rest of Us

ProgressivismMedia and CultureThe Police State

Riots are not the answer to police abuse. The answer lies in making drastic reforms to how police agencies function, up to and including privatization. Contrary to the popular narrative, it's not just nonwhites who are in danger. We're all targets of the state's enforcers.

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War for Hong Kong?

The United States has been trying to provoke China into a conflict for years. But Americans benefit far more from peace with China. We shouldn't fall for the state's latest hate campaign against foreigners.

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Deregulation Is the Path to Increasing the Supply of Medical Services

Bureaucracy and RegulationFree Markets

If we're serious about increasing the capacity of our medical institutions, free trade and deregulation offer real solutions.

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