Memorial Day and the Meaning of Freedom

Memorial Day provides the political class countless opportunities to ruin an otherwise thoroughly enjoyable holiday weekend.  Like clockwork, local congressmen, mayors, city council members, et al. materialize at parades, picnics, and churches to give speeches about “freedom.” But what does Continue reading Memorial Day and the Meaning of Freedom

The Poor, Disabled At The Mercy of Libertarian Individualism

Since capitalism is the only social system in which the courts uphold the principles of objective law—since it is the only social system in which the government protects individual rights (including property rights)—since it is the only social system in Continue reading The Poor, Disabled At The Mercy of Libertarian Individualism

Free Market Miracle Chile vs. Socialist Disaster Venezuela

The story of Chile’s success starts in the mid-1970s, when Chile’s military government abandoned socialism and started to implement economic reforms. In 2013, Chile was the world’s 10th freest economy. Venezuela, in the meantime, declined from being the world’s 10th freest Continue reading Free Market Miracle Chile vs. Socialist Disaster Venezuela