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Tag: free market

Shore of Somalia

Why Don’t You Just Move to Somalia?

A move to Somalia would not be that bad for someone in a neighboring country, as the stateless society develops faster than its neighbors.

Inner city Detroit

Rock City No More: How Big Government Ruined Detroit

After decades of prosperity in Rock City, big government policies came into Detroit and sent the economy spiraling into recession.

Agorism Promises to Starve the State

While many may be familiar with the term "agorism" and its applications, the philosophy behind anarchistic counter-economics is lesser known.

America's youth

The Democratic Party Doesn’t Care about America’s Youth

The Democratic Party claims to care about America's youth, but their policies prove that they would only make things a lot worse.

A New Look on Authoritarianism: Roman Dmowski

Can authoritarian nationalism and free market capitalism find common ground in the struggle against radical leftism and fascism?

Less Is More: Building a Video Game in a Sandbox built on Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrency

For many, the emotions experienced by the mere mention of “cryptocurrency” is one of fear and uncertainty, brought about predominantly by a lack of understanding of Blockchain technology, coupled with a repetitive message from antiquated mainstream media.

The Free Market Can Be Used To Preserve Tradition

Tradition can be preserved through the use of market forces, rather than through government intervention in our lives and the economy.

Atheists and theists marching for peace

Atheists Should Be Consistent and Be Libertarians

Atheists oppose the often dogmatic nature of religion, but then, many support the exact same practices when the state does them.

Social Media Shouldn’t Be Free

If users really want to be the client instead of the product they should be willing to pay for the privilege.

The Case for Liberty – Phil Anderson for WI

Phil Anderson is exactly the solution Wisconsin needs to their current budget crisis caused by Scott Walker and his excessive mandates.

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