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Corporate WelfarePolitical TheoryValue and Exchange
In Iowa, the Dakota Access Pipeline has relied on government to seize land from private-property owners unwilling to grant access to the oil companies.
Corporate WelfareStrategyU.S. Economy
We are confident claiming that, true to his character, Mises would firmly defend free trade and peace against all their opponents on the left and right.
Corporate WelfareMonopoly and CompetitionPolitical Theory
Monopolies and cartels are creations of government, not markets.
Corporate WelfareTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory
Gas station owners have come up with a creative way to take more of their customers' money via the power of taxation.
Corporate WelfareEducationMoney and Banking
Once the student loan bubble pops, many colleges — especially private ones — will be in deep trouble.
Under a system of tariffs, subsidies, and restrictions, we get companies like Coke and Pepsi producing collectivist drinks for the masses.
Corporate WelfareU.S. HistoryMonopoly and Competition
Coca-Cola still uses components of the cocaine-producing coca leaf in its production today in a partnership with big pharma and government cronies.
Corporate WelfareGlobal EconomyMedia and Culture
The Olympics is one big party for politically-connected millionaires and other "elites" at the expense of ordinary taxpayers.
It took a heroic local news anchor from Fargo, North Dakota, to expose that crony capitalists have banded together in a "nonprofit" foundation to bribe the political classes of small U.S. cities.
Booms and BustsCorporate WelfareThe FedFinancial MarketsMedia and Culture
The Big Short is a pretty good movie, but there are a few things it leaves out.