Do we leave (wealth) in the private sector where the market decides? Or do we subject it to corrupt politicians?
The lesson is that if you don’t want politicians destroying your business, you must go to Washington to give them money. Kiss their rings.
Venezuelans who escaped their country’s socialism understand now that socialism creates poverty.
What today’s academics write, and what journals treat as neutral science, tends to reinforce only one side of the political spectrum.
How can a college criticize the hoaxers but revere ridiculous journals that publish nonsense? The real “hoax” is on students who pay thousands of dollars for useless degrees in fields that end in “studies.”
Consumers pay more and almost every food business suffers because a few big sugar companies have the political clout to get themselves a sweet deal.
The key for many students is to follow their own interests, rather than following orders.
People in San Francisco often claim to be concerned about helping the poor. But their many laws make life much tougher for the poor.