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Laws should Emphasize Rational Ethics-Derived Rights, not Procedures

August 11, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

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

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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.

Why Media Networks Cannot Serve the Public Interest

May 18, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

As Ayn Rand pointed out in 1967, there is no “public interest.”

Objective Foundations for Law

April 16, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

Is the law based on authoritarianism or reason?

Egad! What if Education Was Left to the Free Market?

March 17, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (1)

A free market in education will dramatically reduce its costs, raise its effectiveness, and tailor it to the beneficiary.

Central Banks: Alchemists of Finance—Part II

March 4, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

Do low interest rates set by central banks cause long term inflation?

Who Will Save Us from “Black Lives Matter”?

January 30, 2017 • COMMERCE, POLITICSComments (0)

Black Lives Matter’s impact on cities like Chicago is far fewer police actions and far more murders.