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How Ray Kroc of McDonald's Built an Entrepreneurial Empire

The EntrepreneurMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog03/15/2017
The Founder, a recent movie about Ray Kroc and McDonald's, illustrates points about the free market made by Mises.

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Week in Review: March 4, 2017

Big GovernmentStrategyBusiness CyclesPolitical Theory

Blog03/03/2017
Both Trump and the Fed are relying on debt to keep their political agendas going.

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We Need Hope

EducationStrategyWorld History

Blog02/22/2017
Just taking a moment to be cheerful is a powerful remedy from the misery of politics: in fact, such simple resistance is an almost revolutionary act.

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Democracy, the God That's Failing

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog02/17/2017
Jefferson and Hoppe were right about democracy, but it took Trump and Brexit to show the world how quickly elites abandon it when they don’t prevail.

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The Political Left’s Shmoo Theory of Education

EducationMedia and CultureStrategy

Blog12/29/2016

The bias in favor of "education" is a bias in favor of the opinions of the intellectual classes: it is a devotion to the status quo.

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Is Marine Le Pen the French Donald Trump?

Global EconomyStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog11/20/2016

Marine Le Pen has a long way to go before she can become the French Donald Trump.

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Secede and Decentralize: An Open Letter to Clinton Supporters

StrategyU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog11/13/2016

If Trump haters want to protect their agenda in their communities, decentralization and secession are great ways to do it.

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Week in Review: November 12, 2016

Big GovernmentStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog11/11/2016

Will Donald Trump's election lead to a more laissez-faire regime? That remains to be seen.

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The Left Embraces Secession With CalExit

Big GovernmentStrategy

Blog11/10/2016

The idea of California secession is buzzing on social media as demonstrators are marching in Sacramento for CalExit.

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The Myth of One Person, One Vote

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog11/09/2016

US general elections are not "the great equalizer." They are designed in such a way that some voters have more influence than others.

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