Nobel laureate Ivar Giaever’s speech at the Nobel Laureates meeting 1st July 2015. Ivar points out the mistakes which Obama makes in his speeches about global warming, and shares other not-well known facts about the state of the climate.
So-called “Democratic Socialism” is really the old and tired ideas of Socialism, with a different wrapper. Ron Paul takes apart a few of its many myths, as well as the other discredited set of ideas known as Keynesianism.
Free markets in water would help California solve drought problems and bypass the need to move water south from Lake Okeechobee by protecting property rights in water and treating pollution of water as trespass.
by Tho Bishop Apalachicola is a tiny town with just over 2,000 people, tucked away on the coast of the Florida panhandle. It is also world famous for being home to the best oysters in the entire world. Unfortunately this week the Apalachicola River was listed as the most endangered river in the United States, […]
You’ll never guess how Krugman apportions blame for the polluted water fiasco in Flint, Michigan. Wait, you probably will. Bob and Tom exonerate libertarianism in this episode! http://traffic.libsyn.com/contrakrugman/ck_2016_01_29.mp3 Source: Contra Krugman: Ep. 20 Government Water Supply Is Contaminated? Don’t Blame Government, Urges Krugman
Leave it to Walter Block to write a book on privatizing lakes, rivers, oceans, and aquifers. Source: Ep. 548 Privatize the Ocean | Tom Woods
While federal agencies and certain conservation groups like to credit the 1973 Endangered Species Act for the gator’s recovery, state-level regulators who actually oversaw the population’s recovery have a different story to tell. It’s a story of hunting, harvesting, trade, and conservation working together for the greater good. And it’s a story of the politicization […]
The two week COP21 climate change conference in Paris brings together 40,000 of the world’s decision-makers and elite to craft a global agreement to fight climate change. If enacted, it will be a massive transfer of power and resources from states to global governing bodies. What are the implications for economic and personal liberty of […]
by Patrick Barron Scarcity of resources exists in many forms and is the problem in economics. If resources were not scarce, there would be no need to economize. The existence of scarcity is true of all resources (such as time, human energy, and natural resources). However, it is not necessarily intuitive that allowing scarce resources […]