It is time to enable parents to have the freedom to choose the school for their children through school choice.
The essence of Jacobin Magazine’s argument is that it isn’t fair that some get to enjoy things most of us can’t afford. If everyone can’t enjoy luxuries, then nobody should be allowed to. This is an example of what Ayn Rand called “hatred of the good for being the good.”
It is rare that a book can objectively present the facts and then draw all of the wrong conclusions. Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, which won a Pulitzer Prize in 2017, is one such book.
Motivating us to feel sorry for the poor and down trodden allows the Leftists to cash in their trump card—the widespread belief that we have a moral obligation to serve those in need.
While school choice isn’t the ideal, it isn’t a compromise to supports such policies.
The goal of the systemic racism crusaders isn’t the elimination of racism.
Investors should be proud of what they do.
The advocates of “tenants’ rights” imply that tenants have rights that are separate and distinct from landlords and other individuals.
Modern-day Luddites oppose a different type of progress—gentrification.
Historic preservation is a pretense for dictating how others may or may not use their property.
The political, economic, and moral case for a free market in housing.
Many attempts to defend property rights are founded on the wrong premises. The result, unfortunately, is ultimately destructive to the cause.
Do as I say, or else you will be fined or sent to prison.
To this day, private companies are castigated for “predatory lending.” Yet, it was government policy that incentivized loans to those who couldn’t afford to repay them.
A movement is underway to pressure the Biden Administration to waive global intellectual property (IP) rights to COVID vaccines developed in the United States.
When politicians announce a new program or policy, they tell us of all the great benefits that will result.
Widespread racism can only occur when government mandates it.
Government officials love to loudly proclaim the great benefits that tenants will enjoy by restricting and controlling landlords. The folly of their schemes will become clear when they discover that the landlord shrugged.
Like all forms of subsidies, the “right to return” takes from some—taxpayers—to provide benefits to others—low-income households.
The report on eviction filings looks at groups, not individuals. Consequently, it fails to identify the context for the individuals who were evicted.
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