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Are we all socialists now? Economist Thomas DiLorenzo joins the Liberty Report to discuss his powerful new book on socialism and its sudden re-emergence on the political stage.
by Ryan McMaken: In a press conference Monday, Dallas Police Chief David Brown admitted that the American propensity for sending the police to deal with every minor social problem has failed: “We’re asking cops to do too much in this country” said Brown. “Every societal failure, we put it off on the cops to solve” […]
by Thomas J. DiLorenzo A defining characteristic of socialism in all its forms in all places and at all times is a relatively small political elite (and its “private sector” cronies) that lives lavishly by plundering its population, destroying its economy, imposing a regime of equality of poverty and misery; and turning almost everyone into a […]
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.
Fashionable leftist opinion in the U.S. held that Venezuela was a great example of modern socialism, and which was having very good results. Where are they now? Source: Ep. 675 The Failure of Socialism in Venezuela | Tom Woods
The Venezuelan people are experiencing a rude awakening from Bernie Sanders comrades Hugo Chavez’s dream. A cautionary tale for all.
The cold hard reality of socialism can wake people up. As Mises said money and force is impotent against ideas.
By Ron Paul In a recent interview I was asked why Bernie Sanders, a self-described “democratic socialist” had seemingly attracted so much support among young people. In fact polls suggest Sanders is the most popular candidate among people aged 18-29, and 51 percent of that same age group appears fed up with “capitalism in its […]
Prices are the lifeblood of a market economy. They convey important and valuable information that everyone uses to make decisions on how to allocate resources. Prices alert us to the supply and demand of any particular item or service in the economy. It’s crucial that prices be accurate so that the best and most rational […]