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Eco-imperialism: The West's New Kind of Colonialism

The Environment

Blog4 hours ago

Western intellectuals are trying to tear down symbols of traditional colonialism. Yet the West still continues a form a colonialism in Africa: eco-imperialism. 

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Biden's Rescue Act Targets Americans' Freedoms

Law

Blog08/02/2021

Anything that encourages people to view politicians as saviors imperils freedom. Government controls follow a short step behind subsidies.

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The Coming Schism in the Evangelical Voting Bloc

DemocracyPhilosophy

Blog08/02/2021

What is the modern state? The answer to this question will—and perhaps already has—split the once unified white evangelical voting bloc.

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Good Economic Theory Is Always Grounded in the Real World

Money and Banks

Blog07/31/2021

The real world should always be regarded as the best foundation for an economic theory. Yet many mainstream economists think it's fine to ground economic theory in unrealistic assumptions about human behavior. 

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We’re in the Middle of a Long War with the State

Decentralization and SecessionPolitical Theory

Blog07/30/2021

Often, when the “smash the state” position is invoked—especially among those less familiar with the state as an institution—further investigation often reveals a dangerous lack of precision about what exactly the state is.

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The Q2 Impact Report Is Here

Blog07/30/2021

The warmer months have been busy at the Mises Institute. Check out what we've accomplished with your help!

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Toilet Paper Rolls Are Getting Smaller. Blame the Fed.

World History

Blog07/30/2021

When confronted by reporters about the size of their toilet sheet squares, a spokeswoman suggested it was the result of "innovations" allowing "consumers to, basically, wipe their butts more efficiently."

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1789: The Electoral College Meets for the First Time

U.S. History

Blog07/29/2021

The Federalists further solidified their victory with the selection of the vice president in the electoral college. They double-crossed John Hancock, instead choosing John Adams who wanted maximum power for the new executive branch. 

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