by Lee Friday The government tells us we must recycle all kinds of stuff: bottles, cans, paper, plastics etc. They say that recycling reduces the number of products made from natural resources, which means more resources are conserved and our energy costs are lower. Superficially, this seems plausible. Surely it is more wasteful to manufacture products […]
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by Nathan Keeble The Beacon Center, a libertarian think tank based in Nashville, has released a new film highlighting and describing the impact of corporate welfare in Tennessee. Starring University of Tennessee professor Glenn Reynolds, Rigged tells the story of small business owners in Memphis who were harmed by the massive tax breaks which the Shelby County government bestowed upon […]
“When the American spirit was in its youth, the language of America was different; liberty, sir, was then the primary object.” -Patrick Henry (1788)
Interesting speech by Titus Gebel at the recent Property and Freedom Society 2017 meeting.
Ron Paul discusses Murray Rothbard and sound money.
Joe Salerno discusses the achievements and importance of Murray Rothbard and some memorable moments with Murray.
A MUST WATCH from Judge Nap.
Sponsored by John Bartel, this faulty panel features Peter Klein, Tom DiLorenzo, Jeff Herbener, Sandy Klein, Roberta Modugno, Jo Ann Cavallo, Yuri Maltsev, and Mark Thornton. Below the video is a transcript of Jo Ann Cavallo’s intro. Delivered at the 35th anniversary of the Mises Institute, October 2017. I probably don’t merit inclusion in this […]