Don’t Mix Politics and Climate Science

November 15, 2017 Editor 0

Agnieszka I. Płonka The widely understood libertarian environment has lately published a multitude of very eloquent articles about how to approach the global warming issue, what to think about “established science,” and whether or not to

The Essence of Capitalism Is Mutual Consent

November 10, 2017 Editor 0

Gary M. Galles George Orwell, in “Politics and the English Language,” wrote that “the slovenliness of our language makes it easier for us to have foolish thoughts.” A good example of such foolishness is the

Free the Farms, Feed the Poor

November 7, 2017 Editor 0

Richard Mason When informed that the already starving French had run out of bread, Marie Antoinette famously responded: “Then let them eat cake!” In this (likely fictitious) exchange, the Queen effectively personified the separation of

Is Germany Successful Thanks to Socialism?

October 30, 2017 Editor 0

Kai Weiss Many different political projects have been dubbed as socialist successes by the Left over the last century. At least they were dubbed as successes at first because, as we always found out afterward,

Poor Cities and Poorer Economics

October 23, 2017 Editor 0

Carmen Elena Dorobăț The newest cover story in The Economist deplores the situation of cities in developed countries that are left behind in terms of economic development by the digitized, globalized economy. One such is

Single Payer Health Care Is Anything But

October 17, 2017 Editor 0

Adam Barsouk As the American health care system continues to spend more and get ranked lower than other developed countries, many progressives have suggested a shift to single-payer health care as a solution. Such attitudes have

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