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Populism, anti-globalism, anti-elitism — these are all symptoms of a hostility toward politics. We should embrace the opportunity they present.
Even in the face of a century of collectivist horrors, Republicans still can not win the essential "us vs. them" game.
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In free-market circles, most government intervention is dismissed as "socialist," with the result that the term has lost its true meaning.
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John Stuart Mill and Ludwig von Mises realized that democracy can only work if the voters pay more into the system than they take out of it.
If Brazil truly is "the country of the future," it will be due to it embracing the ideas of Mises, Hayek, and Rothbard.
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Maybe the best thing we can do then is to let ourselves be guided by Bastiat's saying: "The worst thing that can happen to a good cause is, not to be skillfully attacked, but to be ineptly defended."
Rothbard, far more than his Beltway critics, understood the practical necessity of working with diverse people on an issue by issue basis.
NEW BOOK. For Rothbard, libertarianism was not an intellectual parlor game, it was a banner that was meant to be carried into battle.
Dr. Mark Thornton was interviewed by The Daily Caller about the political positions off Libertarian Gary Johnson's 2016 presidential campaign.
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As expected, this week's political convention failed to offer any real solutions to the problems we face.