Clichés of Progressivism
NOVEMBER 21, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Franklin Roosevelt delivered a lot of central planning from Washington but that wasn't what he asked voters to endorse in the 1932 election.
NOVEMBER 14, 2014 by HANS F. SENNHOLZ
Wages can only be paid out of what is produced (no production, no wages), therefore greater productivity is the key to higher wages.
NOVEMBER 07, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
It was the Industrial Revolution that improved productivity so parents could earn enough to afford to leave their children at home.
OCTOBER 31, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
Those who uphold Upton Sinclair's myth need to take a closer look at history.
OCTOBER 24, 2014 by HENRY HAZLITT
The broken-window fallacy reminds us to consider the future as well as the present.
OCTOBER 17, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
It's easy to fall into the trap of the "quick fix" that suggests the use of force to address a perceived problem.
OCTOBER 10, 2014 by MAX BORDERS
A one-size-fits-all approach to education is the last thing needed when what you're attempting to educate are millions of unique individuals.
OCTOBER 03, 2014 by LEONARD E. READ
Without government assistance, a massive amount of private, voluntary aid has poured forth from American citizens since the first settlement here.
SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 by EDMUND OPITZ
Freedom means spending your own money the way you choose, even if you sometimes choose foolishly.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2014 by LAWRENCE W. REED
No trades are deemed as anything but "favorable" by those engaged in the trading, so how can anyone add all those trades up and arrive at something "unfavorable"?