Why Julian Assange Must Be Freed
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by Jon Miltimore
4M ago
“Journalists don’t go to jail for publishing classified information in the United States,” John Mearsheimer, a political scientist at the University of Chicago, said in a recent video ..read more
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Velour Drapes and the Wisdom of Mises
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by Kimberlee Josephson
4M ago
Economics shows up in our daily lives all the time, and sometimes in very quirky ways ..read more
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Remembering Hayek’s Remarkable Nobel Lecture
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by Lawrence W. Reed
4M ago
This is wisdom the world yearned to hear in 1974. Fifty years later, it needs to hear it again ..read more
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Debunking All the Main Arguments for Antitrust Laws
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by Walter Block
4M ago
There are a lot of arguments put forward for antitrust laws, but they all have problems ..read more
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Samurai Who Weren’t Japanese
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by Lawrence W. Reed
4M ago
Did you know that two of the most famous samurai in history were not Japanese ..read more
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The Great Ponzi Scheme
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by Leslie Rubin, Daniel J. Mitchell
4M ago
It’s time to start raising the alarm on federal spending. In fact, it’s long past time ..read more
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A Robust Education Marketplace Means Some Schools Will Fail
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by Kerry McDonald
4M ago
Sometimes, these new schools and spaces will fail, just as 20 percent of all U.S. businesses do within their first two years, and nearly half do within their first five years ..read more
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There’s Nothing Wrong with Non-compete Clauses
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by Walter Block
4M ago
When a person is hired to fix cars, he gives up what would otherwise be his right to play golf. And he is paid to relinquish his golfing. He voluntarily agrees to limit his options! It is hardly a coherent argument against employment that it entails no golf-playing on the job ..read more
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‘Laissez-Faire’ Sweden Had the Lowest Mortality in Europe From 2020–2022, New Analysis Shows
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by Jon Miltimore
4M ago
For those who’ve forgotten, Sweden was excoriated by corporate media and politicians for its lighter-touch Covid-19 strategy.  Here’s a sample of headlines: • “Why the Swedish Model for Fighting COVID-19 Is a Disaster” (Time, October 2020). • “The Inside Story of How Sweden Botched Its Coronavirus Response” (Foreign Policy, December 2020). • “Sweden Stayed Open and More People Died of Covid-19, but the Real Reason May Be Something Darker” (Forbes, 2020). • “Sweden Has Become the World’s Cautionary Tale” (New York Times, July 2020). • “I Just Came Home to Sweden. I’m Horrified by the Coron ..read more
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Do Traffic Tickets Make Us Drive More Safely?
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by Peter Jacobsen
4M ago
One of the arguments for traffic violation fines is that they make the road a safer place, but does this hold up ..read more
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