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Indian River Lagoon: Free Market Environmentalism Is Not An Oxymoron

Dr. Walter Block gives an important lecture that can be applied to the Indian River Lagoon on free market environmentalism. View Dr. Block’s bio here. (Notes below) Presented at the Grove City College seminar “Free Markets and the Environment”; March 19, 2001. Free market environmentalism is Not an Oxymoron-Too often envirionmentalists green on the outside […]

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Environmental and Resource Economics

Environmental and Resource Economics Recorded at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 24 July 2013. From: Mises University 2013 , Wednesday, July 24, 2013 by Timothy D. Terrell Environmental and Resource Economics via Environmental and Resource Economics – Mises Media. If you like the work here then please donate today. Follow us […]

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Ending Forfeiture Abuse: How States Can Be Tough on Crime and Respect Property Rights

Civil asset forfeiture is one of the greatest threats to private property rights in our nation today. Law enforcement can take your property without even charging you with a crime. According to reports from the Institute for Justice, law enforcement agencies frequently fail to disclose what they seize or how they use the proceeds. Failure […]

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Human Rights are Derived from Property Rights

[This article is excerpted from chapter 15 of The Ethics of Liberty. Listen to this article in MP3, read by Jeff Riggenbach. The entire book is being prepared for podcast and download.] Liberals generally wish to preserve the concept of “rights” for such “human” rights as freedom of speech, while denying the concept to private property.[1] And yet, on […]

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Banning Doorknobs, Frat Parties, and “God Bless America” Signs?! Nanny of the Month (‘13-11)

By Ted Balaker at Reason: They make it their business to mind your business. And recently busybodies have made it their business to ban doorknobs in Vancouver (next stop: your town?), and fraternity parties in Boston–if thrown by MIT students (who sometimes jump up and down on plexiglass skylights, fall four stories, and injure their head and genitals). But this time the busiest bodies of […]

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Government Tells Miami Residents to Remove Decades Old Garden

By Zenon Evans: City officials in Miami Shores Village, FL threatened a couple with steep daily fines until they agreed to uproot a vegetable garden they had been cultivating for nearly two decades. Now, the couple is taking the city to court for violating their right to privacy. This May, the city revised its zoning […]

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