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EU Intransigence in Brexit Negotiation Echoes Trump: Putting EU First

In today’s US print edition of the Financial Times there was a Comment piece by Jean-Claude Piris, former director-general of the council of the European Union’s Legal Service. 405 more words

Euro Zone

Decorative Capitalism Throw Pillow

The perfect aesthetic piece for your living spaces, this colorful throw pillow is available in different fabrics and sizes. It has a hidden zipper enclosure and a synthetic-filled insert included. 7 more words

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The Fall and the Free Market (Gen. 3:6)

Gary North draws this connection between the Biblical account of the Fall and its attendant teaching concerning human responsibility on the one hand, and the free market on the other: 264 more words

Genesis

Historic Perservation

Historic Property Preservation:  Market or Mandate?

In Lafayette Indiana, 11 endangered historic properties  have been identified by the Wabash Valley Trust for Historic Preservation (the Trust).  769 more words

Free Market

Capital of Culture blues | Sebastian Olma & Karsten Xuereb on Valletta 2018

Running a Capital of Culture is bound to be something of a handful, particularly in the case of a small island like Malta, for whom the opportunity — to be seized by Valletta in 2018 — also comes with an added pressure of expectation. 569 more words

Malta

Who Would Build The Roads: A Guide To Answering This Age Old Question

“Who would build the roads?”

This is one of the most commonly asked questions directed towards Libertarians. People tend to ask this because it seems like the construction and maintenance of roads is the most obvious reason to justify taxation; after all, if there was no state or property tax, who would maintain the roads? 895 more words

PHILOSOPHY

Who should have the Authority to set Prices, the Free Market or the State?

The Free market is a beautiful and intricate system, that provides economic growth by guiding consumers and producers, through the indicators of supply and demand, to make voluntary exchanges that satisfy both sides of a trade. 209 more words

Government