Virtually every politician runs for office on a campaign platform that promises to extend concrete and specific benefits to various selected groups through the taxing or regulating powers of government.
Did you ever wonder why dictators love military parades?
America’s attackers understood more about the roots of American prosperity and the wellspring of human prosperity than most Americans do.
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A nation is as great as it is free.
Are you a racist? All white people are, says “White Fragility” author Robin DiAngelo. Race explains everything, says bestselling “How to Be an Antiracist” author Ibram X. Kendi. “Every policy is either racist or anti-racist.”
The late Dr. John Lewis read this statement to his class on September 12, 2001 — the day after America was attacked by Islamic Jihadists. His words are all the more relevant today.
Peikoff identifies three pillars of capitalism—examining each one’s status in the present day. He also leads the audience through a quick sweep of American history, commenting on the decline in freedom over time.
It matters where your profit comes from. Investment is not the same as speculation. Dividends are not the same as capital gains, despite what Central Banks want you to believe.
Let the advocates of capitalism proceed in the knowledge not only that socialism is dead, but also that what the world still needs to learn is why capitalism deserves to live.
What would be required to restore New York to its former prosperity and greatness would be the combination of the elimination of public welfare, the abolition of rent controls, and the privatization of the city’s transportation system.
Laissez-faire capitalism is an ideal worth working for and attaining.
Hong Kongers would make outstanding Americans if they aren’t already in spirit.
Serious values in a fun world.
The disintegration of the Afghanistan army after the U.S. withdrawal should not have come as a surprise to anyone. It was based on a philosophical error.
In the present-day world, a procapitalist foreign policy is indistinguishable from a pro-American foreign policy.
Nothing says you really “care” in politics as a demand to spend $1 trillion of other people’s money on “essential” public “need.”
A possible way to start on the elimination of the income/inheritance tax right now would be to fight for the immediate adoption of a universal exemption of at least 51 percent of everyone’s income from federal, state, and local income taxation under all circumstances.
The thought of living within a balanced budget sends a frightening shiver down almost every politician’s spine.
Drug legalization doesn’t have to be stupid.
The savings of individuals would steadily replace taxes as the source of provision for old age.
It’s as if America is moving toward “1984,” George Orwell’s novel, in which government controls people’s thoughts by creating a new language, Newspeak.
When is government regulation a death sentence for innovation and entrepreneurialism?
The privatization of property is the most fundamental aspect of a procapitalist political program
If such a laissez-faire capitalist society is to be achieved, a political movement pursuing a long-range program will be necessary.