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Hats Off to Peaceful and Voluntary Exchange
A child-sized lesson in free-market economics

Dr. Seuss bequeathed to us a story of peaceful, voluntary exchange.

Anything Peaceful

15 Supreme Court Decisions that Shredded the Constitution
When the Court traded law and liberty for political expediency

From Slaughter-House to Obamacare, the Supreme Court has often abdicated its responsibility to limit state power.

Anything Peaceful

Dentist Attacked for Charging Too Little
In Arkansas, it's illegal for orthodontists to clean teeth

Crony licensing boards are driving up the cost of dental care by banning licensed specialists from doing dental work.

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Darth Vader and the Contracts Clause
The Empire fell for want of judicially enforceable contracts

A government that can renege on its contracts not only tramples the rights of the people, but ultimately harms itself.

Anything Peaceful

The World Is Bigger than You Think
Resources are an economic, not physical, phenomenon

"Natural" resources are not fixed because resources are not found in nature – they are created by the human mind.

Anything Peaceful

"Czars" No More: State Bans Policing for Profit
New Mexico becomes the first to abolish civil asset forfeiture

New Mexicans score a big win for property rights and the rule of law.

Anything Peaceful

“Liberal” Writer: The Supreme Court "Has Got to Go"
Petulant progs want to abolish the last check on government

Progressives think the Supreme Court is a giant roadblock to government action; nothing could be further from the truth.

Freeman Article

How Markets Tell the Truth and Politics Tells Lies
Or, how to get more trust in society

Because politics is based more on what people say than on what they do, it often short-circuits the mechanisms for discovering the truth: prices, profit, and loss.

Freeman Article

Where’s My Quid?
Exchange value is inherently unequal

Viewing voluntary exchanges as involving equal values leaves people blind to the mutual benefits created by "unequal" exchanges.

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#15 - We Are Destroying the Earth and Government Must Do Something

The question isn't whether the market is destroying the planet; it's whether the transformations are worth the cost--and where those costs are falling.

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