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  • Can Adam Smith Reach Gen Z?

    Can Adam Smith Reach Gen Z?1

    There’s a common assumption among the older generations that today’s college students are more swayed by socialism than ever before. There’s fear that this generation may be lost to the alluring temptations of “free” government programs and centrally planned economies. As a college professor over the past seven years, I have not found this to be the case. Make no mistake, the heralds of

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  • The Housing Crisis Explained—With Mini Fridges

    The Housing Crisis Explained—With Mini Fridges3

    In a household of four guys, fridge space is what you might call prime real estate. I know this because I happen to live in one such household. For months we tried sharing the one fridge in the house. It was not pleasant. We had to have regular negotiations about how to allocate the limited

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  • Argentina’s President Javier Milei Takes a Torch to the Davos Elite

    Argentina’s President Javier Milei Takes a Torch to the Davos Elite5

    Javier Milei was sworn in as the president of Argentina less than two months ago, and he is already making a big splash at home and abroad. During his presidential campaign, the libertarian economist, former rock singer, and political outsider turned heads by wielding a literal chainsaw symbolizing his plans for Argentina’s bloated bureaucracy. A

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  • 7 Ridiculous Examples of Government Waste in 2023

    7 Ridiculous Examples of Government Waste in 20233

    Almost nobody doubts that the federal government wastes a lot of money. Every day we hear stories of fraud, mismanagement, and misplaced priorities that cost taxpayers millions, and sometimes billions, of dollars. But just how much money is wasted? In his annual Festivus report—named after the fictional Seinfeld holiday—Senator Rand Paul tallies up some of the most

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  • Henry Ford’s Pro-Family Initiative That Rocked the World

    Henry Ford’s Pro-Family Initiative That Rocked the World1

    One hundred and ten years ago this week, a Motor City magnate put his money where his mouth was. On 5 January 1914, Ford Motor Company doubled the wages of employees to $5.00 per day, incentivising assembly-line work. It was Henry Ford’s idea. The Detroit Journal’s headline “Henry Ford Gives Ten Million in 1914 Profits to His

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  • Land of the Free – An Update

    Land of the Free – An Update9

    Last year, I described a zoning kerfuffle that had gotten me into hot water with our local county authorities. I had, in a fit of naïveté, built a small wooden platform, put a canvas yurt on it, and rented it out as a popular “glamping” destination. Thinking that my rights as an American, private-property landowner made

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