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José Niño

José Niño is a Venezuelan-American freelance writer. Sign up for his mailing list here. Contact him via Facebook, Twitter, or email him here. Get his eBook The 10 Myths of Gun Control here.

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Argentina's Faux "Neoliberalism"

Blog10/02/2019

In Argentina’s case, it seems that old political habits of anti-capitalist policy die hard. So, no matter who ends up winning the presidency in October, the Argentine people are set to lose.

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Government Won't Save Us From "Woke" Corporations

Political Theory

Blog09/05/2019

The last thing we need is a government "solution" to corporate efforts to crush speech and dissenting opinions. Answers lie in the marketplace.

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The Feds Move Closer to a $15 Minimum Wage

Big GovernmentLabor and Wages

Blog08/09/2019

Those who suffer most from mandated wage hikes are low-skilled workers, disabled workers and part-time workers in the sector. And poorer regions suffer more than rich ones.

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The Dirty Secret about Gun Control in Latin America

Legal SystemWorld History

Blog08/06/2019

By just glancing at Latin America’s current gun policies, we see a region that is in desperate need of more pro-gun laws. Countries like Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela offer lurid accounts of what happens when most of the population is effectively disarmed when facing real criminal threats.

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Banning Firearm Sound Suppressors Will Have No Effect on Homicide Rates

Legal SystemU.S. History

Blog07/10/2019

Firearm sound suppressors are nothing like they are portrayed in Hollywood movies. Also, they are already heavily regulated by federal officials. Efforts to ban them are nothing more than political posturing.

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