In politics, it’s easy to make un-fact-checked claims about the economics of foreign countries, faraway states, and everything in between. The logic is sound: if socialism, or neo-liberalism, or capitalism are working (or failing) elsewhere, it will do the same thing

Since its inception, the United States has been known around the world for its successful execution and robust defense of free-market capitalism. And for that reason, it seems that no matter how America’s economic system changes over time, it is

The outcome of the German federal elections, in late September, left Chancellor Angela Merkel in power, as her party the CDU/CSU (Christian Democratic/Socialist Union) took a plurality of the seats in the Bundestag, giving her the right to form a

Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s speech on libertarianism and the alternative right was highly anticipated. Because Hoppe is so misunderstood and an acquired taste, I wanted to dumb it down for the common man to understand. The following is a breakdown of each

Economics ought to be an area in which we’re all on the same side, because it’s just math; cold, hard, calculated objectivity. The problem is, people have feelings and aren’t always objective.  Their subjective experiences, their circumstances, and their self-interests cloud

Jesus was apparently “a socialist who would support Bernie Sanders for president.” This is the opening line to an article reporting on a poll conducted by Barna Group, in which those surveyed were asked questions concerning the compatibility of political ideas

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