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Self-Interest Is Not Selfishness   Recently updated !

By Gary Galles Mises.org April 15, 2015   Self-Interest Is Not Selfishness   Market relationships are constantly criticized as selfish or greedy, with rewards to selfishness rendering them ethically damaging. As Friedrich Hayek put it, “the belief that individualism approves and encourages human selfishness is one of the main reasons why so many people dislike […]


Poll: For first time ever voters say “the government” is the biggest problem in America

By Nick Sorrentino Against Crony Capitalism   Poll: For first time ever voters say “the government” is the biggest problem in America   America is not Europe. We are a country founded by individualists, scoundrels, dreamers, and doers. We do not have the aristocratic legacy of the Old World with its stifling worldview and distinct […]

We the People

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‘You’re Either a Cop or Little People’: The American Police State in 2014

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute December 30, 2014   ‘You’re Either a Cop or Little People’: The American Police State in 2014   “You’re either a cop or little people.”—Police captain Harry Bryant in Blade Runner For those of us who have managed to survive 2014 with our lives intact and our freedoms […]


Against the State: An Interview with Lew Rockwell

Source: https://mises.org By Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. and John W. Whitehead   Against the State: An Interview with Lew Rockwell   This interview was originally published by the Rutherford Institute. John W. Whitehead: There is no end to discussion of John Locke’s impact on the Founding Fathers, the Constitution, and the Declaration of Independence. The […]

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Putting bicycles ahead of people

Source: http://americanpolicy.org By Tom DeWeese Putting bicycles ahead of people   This is a story of raw power, collusion and government corruption. A story that is taking place in countless towns all over America. A story of “reinvented” government, where self-proclaimed private “stakeholders” and pressure groups set the rules, local elected officials rubber stamp them, […]