Tag Archives: Adam Smith

Sacred Rage

 It would be foolish indeed for a government that has lost a string of wars in “backward” foreign lands to think, even with its military and police power and surveillance apparatus, that it could suppress an eruption among a substantial … Continue reading

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The Blow That Killed America 100 Years Ago

by Paul Rosenberg via FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE “There is  a lot of ruin in a nation,” wrote Adam Smith. His point was that it takes a long time for nations to fall, even when they’re dead on their feet. And he was certainly … Continue reading

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Mises: “Customers Are in Charge, not Corporations.”

Let me tell you who else does not care about America in general: individual Americans. How do I know this? Because they do not “buy American.” They never have. When the federal government lets them buy whatever they want, they … Continue reading

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Is America’s Economy Being Sovietized?

by Brandon Smith The foundation of the Soviet model of trade and investment was centralization. The entire goal of communism in general was not to give more social and political power to the people, but to extinguish alternative options and … Continue reading

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Downton Abbey: Soap Opera for Property Rights

Gary North via his Reality Check I am not a big Downton Abbey fan. I watched the first half a dozen episodes, but then I realized that the thing was turning into a very expensive soap opera. I stopped watching. … Continue reading

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