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Gas Station Hold-Up: Thieves Seize $59,000

Legal SystemMoney and BanksThe Police StateMoney and Banking

Blog10/19/2017
In America, a person convicted of no crime is often deprived of all his money assets, in many cases resulting in the destruction of his business.

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Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

Legal SystemThe Police State

When the state keeps us less safe, and falsely fosters the impression that we are safe, we become less free.

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There's Nothing Moral about Opposing "Price-Gouging"

The Police StatePricesValue and Exchange

Blog09/24/2017
Opponents of price gouging want to fine and imprison their neighbors for selling their own property at the "wrong" price.

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To Combat "Hate," Make Government Weaker

The Police StateU.S. History

Blog09/15/2017
Simply asking people to get along isn’t going to work so long as there is a massive power structure in place that is driving the actual fear.

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What We Lost on September 11th

The Police StateU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionism

Blog09/11/2017
What should have been a profoundly embarrassing and soul-searching moment for the US national security state became an exercise in chest thumping.

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Will Congress and Trump Declare War on WikiLeaks?

The Police State

Blog08/29/2017
The federal government is ratcheting up its war against those who embarrass the government by documenting its many misdeeds.

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Even Partial Drug Legalization Goes a Long Way in Protecting Property Rights

Legal SystemThe Police State

Blog07/17/2017
The partial legalization of cannabis in Colorado has made it harder for police to justify many searches and seizures that were once routine.

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Another Member of Mises Cuba is Now Missing

The Police State

Blog05/24/2017
Mises Cuba has announced that Nelson Rodríguez Chartrand is missing, and believed to be abducted by Cuban state security forces.

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Venezuela: Forty Years of Economic Decline

Corporate WelfareThe Police State

Blog05/17/2017
By the 1970s, the Venezuelan economy was in deep trouble. The half-hearted reforms that followed, paved the way for the rise of Hugo Chávez.

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It’s Against the Law to Paddleboard Without a Whistle

Big GovernmentThe Police State

Blog05/17/2017
Nullifying the Coast Guard’s designation of paddleboards as vessels would be a victory for summer, and a defeat for Washington.

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