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It's fitting in the week leading up to our American celebration of secession, that we applaud Britain for their own separation.
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The Bank of England has been less reckless than the ECB. But both the UK and the eurozone economies are fragile thanks to loose monetary policy.
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Politicians like Juncker and Merkel speak of the EU as if it were a marriage or a family, to which one is bound by some transcendental duty.
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The act of exiting is liberating. We should make a longer list of those things we would like to get out of.
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Brussels is doing all it can to make the UK pay for wanting to leave the EU. This only further illustrates why exit from the EU is a good idea.
In the wake of Brexit, British investors may now begin to liberate their cash from government-issued debt by hoarding it in private vaults.
Libertarians tend to focus on the analysis of the individual and the state. But what about the dramatic reemergence of the neglected aspect of the "nation"?
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By rejecting globalism and embracing self-determination, Brexit is an example of decentralization and devolution of state power, which is cause for celebration.
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Brexit is not so much a victory as an opportunity, a chance to once again spread the ideals of peace and free trade from which all human progress derives.