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Antony Sammeroff

Antony Sammeroff co-hosts the Scottish Liberty Podcast and has featured prominently on other libertarian themed shows including The Tom Woods Show, Lions of Liberty, School Sucks Podcast and many more. His book Universal Basic Income — For and Against (with a foreword by Robert P. Murphy) is available in paperback and on Amazon Kindle. His previous self-help book Procrastination Annihilation is free to download from www.beyourselfandloveit.com/.  Antony blogs on economic issues at http://seeingnotseen.blogspot.com/ and his articles have also been published by The Scottish Libertarian Party, The Cobden Centre, The Backbencher, The Rational Rise, and ActualAnarchy.com.

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Why Big Business Prefers Lobbying Government to Competing in the Marketplace

Corporate Welfare

Blog08/29/2019

When corporations can make more money by angling for government favors than they can by serving customers, that is exactly what they are going to do.

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The High Cost of Occupational Licensing

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog08/16/2019

Occupational licensing may increase quality for some higher income customers. But licensing increases monopoly power for dominant firms while driving lower-income customers out of the marketplace.

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4 Reasons to Oppose a Universal Basic Income

Big GovernmentPovertySocialismTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

06/20/2019Audio/Video
Beyond the usual arguments about incentives and taxes, UBI is a dangerous policy that supercharges the state and threatens to heighten tensions between different groups in society.
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4 New Reasons to Fear a Universal Basic Income

PovertyTaxes and Spending

Blog06/20/2019

Beyond the usual arguments about incentives and taxes, a Universal Basic Income is a dangerous policy that supercharges the state and threatens to heighten tensions between different groups in society.

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Freedom of Choice is What Sets Capitalism Apart — Not Competition

Blog01/28/2019

All economic and political systems involve competition over scarce resources. So it's wrong to say competition is the distinguishing characteristic of capitalism.

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