Economics

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe Economics

When we first start reading into libertarian philosophy, we see examples of how things currently are, and the benefits, both practically and morally, that...
price gouging

Price Gouging Isn’t The Evil It’s Treated As

As hurricane Dorien makes its way towards the East Coast, we’ve begun to see the regular preparations get underway. People boarding up their houses...
governance, market, libertarianism

Libertarianism as a Market for Governance

This article was initially posted on The Principled Libertarian. We received permission from the author to re-post the content here. Please visit The Principled...
comic

Comic Economics Part 2: History Of The Comic Book Shop

There has been an ever vast growing debate on when and where the first comic book shop opened up. I am not here to...
Banks

Deregulating The Banks: What Libertarians and Socialists Can Support

"One issue that both the Misesian and Proudhonian varieties can use to promote freedom is the deregulation of the banking industry."

Modern Monetary Theory (MMT): Who Cares If You’re Right, When It’s All Wrong?

"Just because Warren Mosler says that the United States doesn’t have to worry about being insolvent, doesn’t mean I’m buying it. The United States has a *really* big military, and it’s for that reason fear and intimidation acts as a blanket of confidence, propping up the value of the United States dollar."

Why Bitcoin Hodlers Shouldn’t Care About Facebook Coin

Peter Schiff took to twitter the other day to blast Bitcoin yet again. This is hardly new for the Gold Evangelist, as Schiff has...
valve

Valve Vs. Epic Games: When Tech Giants Fight

"Either way, its good to finally see some big moves towards some actual competition for Valve and their Steam storefront. They've been becoming stagnant in recent years by allowing very poor quality games into their store as well as dragging their feet by developing a much-needed interface update for their storefront." Writes Malcolm Ault.
Deal

Deadline on Brexit Deal Approaching, French Cardinal Jailed, and Albanian Unrest

"The UK’s Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox, has assured that negotiations with the Union will carry on and a deal will be settled before the final meaningful vote on the withdrawal bill on the 12th, before the official leaving date of the 29th," writes James Smith
observations and prescriptions

Observations vs. Prescriptions

"Just because the observations are correct does not mean that the prescriptions will automatically be correct as well. It’s the difference between the facts and the arguments," writes Killian Hobbs in this week's Bad Arguments

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