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Professor Tom W. Bell talks about the voluntary city, urban problems and solutions at the Challenge of Liberty Summer Seminar 2015 held in Berkeley, California.
By Thomas DiLorenzo Have you noticed that traffic congestion in your city always seems to get worse and worse, year after year? Have you also noticed that local governments rarely, if ever, do anything about it? Or that the things that they do actually make it worse? If you have noticed these things and assumed […]
McQuillan and Wenzel discuss real estate and housing prices in California. They discuss how the Plan Bay Area will affect the market which is California’s version of the Seven50 plan.
Martin County has failed its citizens tremendously and these failures are coming to light because of All Aboard Florida. The “planners” in Martin County have failed to plan for anything since All Aboard Florida became public in 2012. Despite previous “planners” in Martin County asking for the railroad in the center of town and then […]
Local nanny KC Traylor aka “Trainwreck Traylor” has been causing a stir lately by acting as a good little slave and attempting to bail out bureaucrats while they have put the lives of Treasure Coast citizens on the line. Traylor has been doing her best to impress her masters and screw over the rights of […]
From the Sustainable Freedom Lab: This is a story of lies, political corruption and arrogance that led to the extortion of a respected small business owner and effected an entire community. The names have been altered to prevent further harassment by town officials. William’s independent grocery store has been a staple in his mid-western community […]
ue Jeffers, radio talk show host from KTCN 1130 AM, discusses economics with Austrian Economist Walter Block, Associate Scholar, with the Ludwig von Mises Institute. The big question is, who is better at planning; millions of citizens or a handful of government elites. via LV | Walter Block Citizen vs. Government Planning | 4-13-12 – […]
Local governments could learn greatly from Peter Klein. With boondoggles of Digital Domain, City Center and industrial warehouses taxpayers have again and again been forced to pay for the failures of local government attempts to create or plan innovation. [emailpetition id=”2″] Can Government Create Innovation? – Mises Media.