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The Sober Political Reality for Libertarians

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog04/19/2016

Most Americans today are now reflexively progressive, meaning they want government to do something, rather than reflexively libertarian.

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Against Public Policy

StrategyEducation

Blog03/18/2016

Mises: To seek to organize society is just as crazy as it would be to tear a living plant to bits in order to make a new one out of the dead parts.

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Hillary Clinton Wins the Federal Reserve Primary

Big GovernmentStrategyThe FedMoney and Banking

Blog03/16/2016

Hillary Clinton has received $18,747 in campaign contributions from Federal Reserve employees — over four times more than all other candidates combined.

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The Problem with "Expressive Voting"

StrategyValue and Exchange

Blog03/10/2016

Recognizing they have little chance of changing the outcome, people often vote to send a message about themselves. But, whatever the motivation, voting contrasts sharply with market choices where people actually bear the costs of their own decisions.

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Socialist Left, alt-Right, and the Myth of Democratic Consensus

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog02/29/2016

Jeff Deist recaps his recent talk, "Socialist Left vs. alt-Right: What it Means for Liberty," which generated plenty of comments from libertarians, progressives, and the alt-Right.

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3 Reasons for Hope

StrategyFree Markets

Watch Lew Rockwell's talk from last weekend's Mises Circle in Houston.

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More Thoughts on Libertarian Populism

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog02/04/2016

Libertarians should celebrate the death of the myth of democratic consensus.

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Voting with Our Feet? Local Government "Services" and the Supposed Tiebout Effect

Media and CultureStrategyU.S. History

06/18/2018Mises Daily Articles
Because they have guaranteed income through taxes, competition among political jurisdictions is not like competition among private firms.

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Ryan McMaken: Why Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Decentralization and SecessionStrategy

06/15/2018Audio/Video
Ryan McMaken and Jeff Deist discuss the California ballot measure that would split the Golden State into three distinct parts.

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