Ayn Rand argues that we must pursue self-interest—our rational values—because our lives depend on it.
It is the wealth creation by companies that has helped reduce poverty to its lowest levels in history.
Originally founded for the legitimate purpose of improving working conditions and helping negotiate wages, labor unions have substituted that purpose for entrenching the power of their leaders and the entitlements for their senior members.
On Labor Day, let us honor the true root of production and wealth: the human mind.
Those most harmed by the government initiation of force which the supply management represents, are the Canadian consumers.
The term “socialized medicine” is never used. Instead we hear demands for “universal,” “mandatory,” “single-payer,” and/or “comprehensive” systems.
The Giving Pledge is immoral because it is based on the idea that those who have legitimately created wealth by trading values with others have not earned it and must “give it back.”
Cannabis companies, like alcohol producers, voluntarily trade with others, including their customers who want to consume their products.
The competitive advantage of the company lies in the minds of its employees.