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The Party of Spend More vs. the Party of Tax Less

December 5, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (1)

Reducing taxes to increase borrowing only makes things worse.

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Debating Taxes When “Rights” are Irrelevant

December 3, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (3)

Try asking “By What Standard” the 515-page tax bill is being judged—by both sides.

Who will Save the Poorest from the Planet Savers?

September 8, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (1)

A $1 billion investment in Guatemala produced profits, jobs, education, and hope until environmentalists shut it down.

Will Bitcoin Survive the Feds and End the Fed?

September 7, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (1)

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that libertarians love and the Left hates.

Ethics, Accountancy, and Economic Activity

August 20, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (2)

Why is the accountant/auditor sometimes complicit in corruption, fraud, and failure?

Laws should Emphasize Rational Ethics-Derived Rights, not Procedures

August 11, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (3)

Substantive law can be derived from natural rights, while the U.S. Constitution is about procedural law, based more on historical events.

Regulation: The Perversion of Law and Morality

July 13, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

The justifications used for regulations have permeated our culture and they undermine law and morality.

Property Rights: The Foundation of Freedom

June 11, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

Which is more important to protecting our freedoms: the Constitution or property rights?

Is Objectivism Compatible with Austrian Economics?

May 28, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

There have been many attempts to reconcile Austrian Economics and Objectivism. Is it possible?

Monetary Renaissance is here. In Metallic Form

May 23, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

As the world moves inexorably towards the use of metallic money, interest on gold and silver will return with it.