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Tag: Business

How I Became An Austrian Economist

Jozef Martiniak tells the story of how an Austian Economics conference changed his entire view on economics and government interactions in the economy.

Although Beneficial, Vaccination Should Be Entirely Voluntary

The vast amount of misinformation about vaccination is concerning, as vaccines are safer than ever. Still, vaccination should not be required by law.

Private Mass transportation

Privatizing Mass Transit Could Solve the Global Gas Crisis

Privatizing the mass transit industry would lead to a rapid advancement of technology and greatly reduce human's fuel consumption.

The Libertarian Case for a Minimum Wage Hike

Increasing the minimum wage would relieve some of the burden on American taxpayers by ending the need for welfare via the government

Democracy: Perpetually at Odds with Unmolested Capitalism

Democracy is a tool weaponized by the least productive people in a capitalist society to attack society's most prolific producers of wealth.

Working-class men

Josh Hawley’s Wage Plan will Cripple the Working Class

Missouri GOP Senate candidate Josh Hawley recently proposed a disastrous "work credit" wage plan that will deeply hurt the working class.

Thomas Massie wants to audit the Federal Reserve

Thomas Massie’s Bill May Finally Audit the Federal Reserve

Rep. Thomas Massie has reintroduced a bill to audit the US Federal Reserve.

Cronyism, not the Free Market, Causes Unfair Wealth Distribution

Agreements between government and large corporations ultimately make those companies artificially rich.

The $15 Minimum Wage is a Self-Defeating Goal

Evidence shows minimum wage hikes incentivize business owners to automate would-be minimum wage positions.

Keynesian Economics: A Misleading Policy

Keynesian economics, though often touted as successful, has a number of key pitfalls

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