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Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy
US aid to foreign regimes helps free governments from having to raise funds from their own people. So, the recipients of foreign aid are likely to become less responsive and more corrupt.
Bureaucracy and RegulationPrice Controls
Blinded by their zeal to save the masses from the "excesses" of greedy landlords, politicians are ignoring the regulatory state that keeps housing prices on the rise.
The protest movements by gun-ownership-rights activists in Virginia still faces an uphill battle. But it may be the best battle to choose, since it would be a mistake to put faith in the courts.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and Corporatism
There's a new kind of capitalism on the scene: "surveillance capitalism." It's drawn attention from across the political spectrum, but Left, Right, and center offer very different solutions to similar concerns.
If Chileans are concerned about inequality, real solutions are likely to be found in combating the central bank and other anti-market institutions.
Cronyism and CorporatismPovertyWorld History
Nothing short of an economic exorcism is needed in Zimbabwe. Looking at what President Mnangagwa has done so far, it doesn’t seem that Zimbabwe is actually serious about making tough reforms.
Labor and Wages
Studies have shown that the amount of money paid in the low-wage labor market declined overall as a result of minimum wage hikes.
Book ReviewsInterventionismOther Schools of Thought
Hazlitt and all of the other critics of Keynes never did get to the primary points with respect to what was wrong with Keynes. One point was theoretical. The other was practical.