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The Affordable Care Act drove thousands of independent doctors to throw in the towel and join large hospital networks. However, a growing movement of doctors are fighting back against the bureaucratic system. The Affordable Care Act drove thousands of independent doctors to throw in the towel and join large hospital networks. However, a growing movement […]
Paul Gottfried discusses the influence of the Jewish Lobby at the recent annual meeting of the Property & Freedom Society.
Tom Woods talks about what makes the Mises Institute unique.
Dr. Joseph Salerno, speaking at our 35th Anniversary Gala in New York last weekend, makes the case for Murray Rothbard as the preeminent modern Austrian economist—and the rightful heir to Ludwig von Mises. This great talk will change your perspective on Rothbard the economist, especially when Joe reveals what Hayek had to say about Murray’s […]
A great speech by Hoppe that was the keynote address presented at the Mises Institute’s 35th Anniversary Celebration in New York City on October 7, 2017. Transcript below I first met Murray Rothbard in the summer of 1985. I was then 35 and Murray was 59. For the next ten years, until Murray’s premature death […]
Hoppe gives a great speech on libertarian strategy for social change. Get rid of all welfare parasites and bums. To cement their position the ruling class has put the underclass on the dole and thus made it the most reliable source of public support, allegedly to help people rise and move up from the underclass […]
by Jeff Deist [Excerpt from the opening speech given at the Mises Institute’s 35th Anniversary gala in New York City, October 6, 2017.] Thank you Asheton. Thank you all so much for making the time to be with us here on this fantastic fall weekend in New York. We hear a lot about young people […]
As James Madison said in Federalist #45, the powers of the federal government are “few and defined.” “Few and Defined,” not “Anything and Everything.”