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The Week in Review: October 15, 2016

Media and CultureStrategyMoney and BankingPolitical Theory

Blog10/14/2016

We are less than a month away from the election and it can not be over soon enough.

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How We Lost Economics

EducationStrategy

Blog10/13/2016

We allowed economics to be lost when we decided it was too complicated and too technical for intelligent laypeople to understand.

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Is Voting Immoral?

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Blog10/12/2016

Since you are in this coercive situation, there is no reason why you should not try to make use of it if you think it will make a difference.

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Our Prospects are Bright

StrategyHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

But when it comes to the spread of our ideas, by any reasonable standard the news is all good. Let us recognize that, and build on it.

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Are Term Limits A Solution?

Big GovernmentStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog10/05/2016

This is the main fallacy of term limits: it presumes the problem is the people in government, and not the government itself.

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Spain Is without a National Government — And Spaniards Are Digging It

Big GovernmentStrategy

Blog10/03/2016

No functioning government in Spain for the last 10 months, and the country is prospering.

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What Makes Mises.org Different

StrategyAustrian Economics Overview

Blog09/30/2016

Many people regard economics as a difficult and tedious business. Mises.org shows it does not have to be that way.

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The Path to Victory

StrategyPolitical Theory

Many of the conventional strategies favored by freedom activists often fail to produce results. Lew Rockwell suggests some alternative strategies.

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Broken Politics, Broken Economics

EducationStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog09/19/2016

Populism, anti-globalism, anti-elitism — these are all symptoms of a hostility toward politics. We should embrace the opportunity they present.

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The Hopeless GOP Narrative

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog08/29/2016

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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