Private Property

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Overtime Regulations Disproportionately Harm Young People and Startups

InterventionismPrivate PropertyValue and Exchange

Blog05/22/2016

The ability to work long hours is one of the few advantages young people have in the work place.

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When You Have Property Rights, You Don’t Need Religious Freedom

Media and CultureU.S. HistoryPrivate Property

Blog05/18/2016

Religious individuals and organizations have no need to appeal to "freedom of religion" if their property rights are respected.

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Why the Aurora Movie Theater Owners Should Have Been Serious About Private Security

Legal SystemPrivate Property

Blog05/09/2016

Private security, since it offers the advantages of labor specialization, economies of scale, and immediately-available on-site services, is a much more practical and realistic response to violent crime than the alternatives.

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We Need Separation of Bathroom and State

Media and CultureInterventionismPrivate Property

Blog04/24/2016

Private owners are perfectly capable of deciding how their bathrooms can best be used. It's not a religious matter.

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Why Don't Bernie and Progressives Live Communally Here and Now?

Media and CulturePolitical TheoryPrivate Property

Blog04/20/2016

In Ron Paul’s America, or Hans Hoppe’s private law society, voluntary “socialist” arrangements would be perfectly allowable and legal. But libertarian communities are never permitted in statist societies.

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A Tale about Taxes

Taxes and SpendingPrivate Property

Blog04/14/2016

How much do you actually have to earn to pay that $100 plumber's bill?

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How Property Rights — Properly Understood — Limit the Spread of WMDs

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical TheoryPrivate Property

Blog04/11/2016

Free speech does not imply people are free to insult you in your living room. Similarly, all property rights are "limited" in many ways by the property rights of neighbors and other owners.

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A Better Approach To Terrorism

Big GovernmentCalculation and KnowledgePrivate Property

Blog03/22/2016

If allowing markets to operate represents an "ideology" to most people, so be it. I would argue that markets represent a lack of ideology. More importantly, markets provide far and away the most practical approaches to difficult problems like terrorism.

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Flint MI. Whistle Blower Says Public Science Broken

EducationThe EnvironmentHealthPrivate Property

Blog02/04/2016

The Virginia Tech Professor who blew the whistle on lead in the water in Flint, MI thinks "public science" has been broken. Not knowing its been a broken system all along.

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