Although the ideas behind the attacks on business are often not explicitly labeled as Marxist, that is what they are.
By rejecting unfounded accusations and standing by its products and their marketing, Trader Joe’s (and indirectly, its customers) displayed all of them—and therefore has earned the designation as a corporate hero.
Business—and the rest of us—cannot afford to conform to social pressure but must find the courage to speak up and defend freedom.
Abandoning objectivity—factual reporting—and spreading misinformation, no matter how popular, is not in media companies’ self-interest in the long term.
Only in a society where individual rights are recognized and the government’s sole role is to protect them, will racism be eradicated.
An excerpt from the Introduction to How to Be Profitable and Moral By Jaana Woiceshyn.
Why are the governments dictating when and how the economy can re-open?
Pandemic or not, the dream of abandoning fossil fuels is just a dream—a suicidal one
The COVID-19 pandemic may help by bringing a clearer understanding why business needs a moral defense from its leaders and that such defense must be based on the principle of individual rights.
A wholesale economic lockdown in a pandemic does not protect but violates rights.
So which is more effective in keeping us—as customers and employees—safe: the government bureaucrat with no personal incentive, or the businessman, whose profits and reputation depend on the safety and satisfaction of his employees and customers?
If we want economic prosperity and human flourishing, we need to understand capitalism and advocate for it globally—and to shun countries like China that continue to violate individual rights.
To understand how Seegene accomplished the fast development and production of the testing kits, we must grasp the four crucial values at play—values that we cannot afford to lose, even during a pandemic: reason, independent thinking, production, and freedom.
The government should have no business in controlling drug prices or regulating drug development.
Freeman depicts capitalism as a system where businesses focus on maximizing short-term stock price.
On CEOs celebrating the “death” of capitalism.
For the majority of people, virtuous egoism is an oxymoron: they don’t think it is possible to be virtuous and pursue self-interest at the same time.
Sustainable finance as imposed through government regulation harms human flourishing by violating the investors’ freedom to choose.
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