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I Used To Call Myself A Libertarian

In my last year of high school I took to calling myself a libertarian. I had grown up with two Democrat parents. My father was and is still very liberal. 379 more words

Ode to capitalism: let me be who you want me to be

The essence of capitalism is to turn nature into commodities and commodities into capital. The live green earth is transformed into dead gold bricks, with luxury items for the few and toxic slag heaps for the many. 652 more words

Julie Diebold

Economics and Politics

Recently I have been re-watching a lot of documentaries and about all kinds of things. One thing that was often a topic or connected to the topic was the division of wealth and the presence or absence of poverty. 364 more words

Short Reads

What I Do Believe

I believe in market-based solutions — where they are effective, don’t infringe on rights that We the People would have if the same job were done by government, and don’t increase the costs to the taxpayer.  470 more words

Rants And Raves

Millennials Are Politically Confused

Nick Gillespie explains:

A new national poll of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 — the Millennial Generation — provides strong evidence of a new generation gap, this time with the Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) playing the role of uncomprehending parents.

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Capitalism: Trade in the Market

Trade is something which is of great importance to not only businesses who make profits, but for nations to prosper. The voluntary exchange in the market place can lead to better standards of living and improve relations between countries and people. 684 more words

Politics & Economics

” With very rare and brief exceptions, pre-capitalist societies had no place for the creative power of man’s mind, neither in the creation of ideas nor in the creation of wealth.

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