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FEE 59m
To what does the modern worker owe his high productivity?
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It is an undeniable fact that debt, whether private or public, must, eventually, be repaid.
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In 1991 Nobel economist Milton Friedman was interviewed by Emmy Award-winning drug reporter Randy Paige on “America’s Drug...
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FEE 9h
The lemonade stand is a rite of passage in America.
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I pointed out that America’s class-warfare tax policies are the fiscal equivalent of an "own goal" (soccer reference for the World Cup fans). That’s the bad news. The good news is that...
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FEE 11h
In 2001, Congress passed the AUMF (Authorization of Military Force). Since then, it has been used as justification for military action in several different nations. Today, there is a bipartisan effort in Congress to stop the Authorization of Military...
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FEE 11h
For the most part, gaming is normal behavior which may well prove a waste of time to some players but is rarely life-ruining or disruptive in the way drug or...
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FEE 12h
Which would you rather be, a member of the working class in America today or an 18th-century French monarch? The answer to that is almost certainly the former. A lot has changed in the last...
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FEE 13h
Seizing an opportunity to promote the French language after Brexit, French president Emmanuel Macron wants to change the main language of the European Union government...
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FEE 14h
Incredibles 2 has a lot to do with the virtues of a system that allows individuals to find out what they can do well and how those abilities can serve others for their good. In...
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FEE 17h
In opening its doors and Wi-Fi networks to non-customers, Starbucks gets to two-for-one bump of positive public perception and the possibility of tax-funded subsidies.
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FEE Jun 19
The political climate is not hospitable to truth-seekers. The only reason the Intellectual Dark Web is “dark” is because it is controversial to be an open inquirer.
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FEE Jun 19
Before any of us can blithely dismiss our external restraints, each of us must assume a solemn moral obligation to restrain himself.
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FEE Jun 19
In honor of is giving away a free ebook: The Silver Trumpet of Freedom: Black Emancipators and Entrepreneurs! Get your copy here
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FEE Jun 19
In honor of Juneteenth (to some known as Freedom Day or Juneteenth Independence Day), get a copy of your free ebook: The Silver Trumpet of Freedom: Black Emancipators and Entrepreneurs!
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Learn Liberty Jun 19
Check out this inspiring performance at by young dissident & self-taught violinist Wuilly Arteaga. Although he doesn’t speak English, Wuilly does speak the universal language of through ! Watch now:
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FEE Jun 19
Don't miss this special episode of the FEEcast, featuring Magatte Wade, Senegalese entrepreneur and the founder of Skin Is Skin. We had a fascinating conversation with Magatte live at FEEcon. Magatte also the...
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FEE Jun 19
Ever wonder why installations of household solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and utility-scale solar power have surged since 2014? The declining cost of solar technology is part of the reason. But a...
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FEE Jun 19
I think financial privacy is a good thing since predatory governments are less likely to misbehave if they know taxpayers have safe (and confidential) places to put their...
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FEE Jun 19
Former White House economist Gary Cohn expressed concerns yesterday that Trump’s tariffs would erode the benefits from tax reform. Since the on-again-off-again 25 percent tariffs...
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