The Rich Should Pay a Fair Share of Taxes, not Almost All of it

This is an updated and revised version of a CD post from last year that generated nearly 300 comments because of the controversial nature of the topic  – whether “the rich” pay their “fair share” of taxes or not – Continue reading The Rich Should Pay a Fair Share of Taxes, not Almost All of it

Native Americans Loved Private Property | Foundation for Economic Education

Like people everywhere, American Indians responded to incentives. For example, where land was abundant, it made sense to farm extensively and move on. It was common for Indians such as the Choctaw, Iroquois, and Pawnee to clear land for farming Continue reading Native Americans Loved Private Property | Foundation for Economic Education

The Teenager’s Guide to The Morality of Self-Interest – The Objective Standard

All your life, you’ve been told about “good” and “bad,” “should” and “shouldn’t”—about what it means to be moral. And much of what you’ve been told about this is dead wrong. “You shouldn’t be selfish”—“You should put others first”—“It’s more Continue reading The Teenager’s Guide to The Morality of Self-Interest – The Objective Standard