Tom Palmer nicely explains the morality of profit from voluntary exchange in this excellent video from the Atlas Foundation.
Sheldon Richman is the former editor of The Freeman and a contributor to The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics. He is the author of Separating School and State: How to Liberate America's Families and thousands of articles.
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Bernie Sanders wants the government to tax Wall Street "speculation" and use it pay for "free" college.
The revolutionary left and right have merged, in a way that is lost on their respective supporters.
Cops profit from bad driving, but community-driven apps are protecting drivers from fines, from one another, and from themselves.
"-Ism" is 2015's word of the year.
A California teacher is challenging mandatory contributions to the union, and she's got a compelling case.
Governments violate the Clean Air and Safe Water laws much more often than private firms — and are less likely to be penalized...
"Reality capitalism" is an emerging television genre that shows the virtues of hard work, entrepreneurship, and risk-taking.
Pope Francis suggests that capitalism worsens poverty, encourages vice, and creates suffering, but he's wrong on every count.