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Corporations Are Not Free Market Entities

Corporations are government structures; the first corporations were created by the state. Tweet

The Wisdom of Tom Woods

Tom Woods, one of the leading independent voices in the libertarian and Austrian Economics movement today, is both entertaining and uncanny in his ability to convey knowledge. Watch this fantastic talk Woods gave in 2009 that explains why you’ve never heard of the Great Depression of 1921, and how central bank and governmental intervention in [...]

Why Not Rick Perry (In 60 Seconds)

Why not to vote for Rick Perry in 2012. Please “like” and share with your friends. Spread the word! Tweet

Why Don’t Corporations Support Libertarianism?

We’ve heard all too often that libertarianism would lead to corporate rule, corporate abuses, and other supposed evils of an unregulated free market. If this is indeed the case, why don’t corporations support candidates with libertarian principles? Subscribe to DavidKretzmann on YouTube. Tweet

The Battle Over Regulatory Might

Judging from the media and political scene today, regulations to “help the environment” or “punish greed” sound too good to pass up. However good increased government regulation and control may sound, it is essential that people consider the regulatory harm that is not directly seen. Today “Cap and Trade” and limiting carbon emissions is a [...]

The Irony and Foolishness of Antitrust Laws

Antitrust laws have gone increasingly unquestioned since they were created in 1890 by the Sherman Antitrust Act. It is said that “monopoly power” leads to restrictive trade, higher prices, and decreased competition. While this statement certainly has truth, very few people understand it and the issue most definitely is not solved through the antitrust laws [...]