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Socialism and 'Social' Justice

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

09/19/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
Hayek was forced to conclude that the term "social justice" was "entirely empty and meaningless” and is generally used to assert a claim without giving a reason for it.
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What You Really Pay for In College: Credentials, not Education

Education

Blog08/29/2018

The United States is overeducated and degrees provide a low social return. Politicians are too dumb to realize it.

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Is the Cause of Freedom Still Making Progress?

World HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog08/27/2018

Gerard Casey paints a promising but realistic picture of what individualists of all stripes are up against.

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Government Counterfeiting — Not Capitalism — Squeezes Family Budgets

Money and BanksPovertyMoney and Banking

Blog08/23/2018

In a world of rampant central bank intervention and endless government regulation, some are still claiming we live in a world of "hypercapitalism."

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On the Fed, Trump Channels Tricky Dick

U.S. History

Blog08/10/2018

Trump has certainly changed his tune on low interest rates since he was elected.

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The New Bureaucratic Man

HealthInterventionismOther Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

08/04/2018Mises Daily Articles
"Your doctor and nurse, no matter how nice today, will become the bureaucracy."
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Tariffs: Tax Hikes Wrapped in the Flag

08/04/2018Power & Market
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Government Worker Napped Three Hours Per Day for Four Years

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

Blog08/04/2018

The average California state government worker earns 23 percent more in total compensation than their similarly skilled and educated private-sector counterpart.

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