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Why We Can’t Have Open Borders: Immigration and Welfare

If your hands are in my wallet you have my attention. Thus speaks Stefan Molyneux (5:22) as he goes through the latest statistics on welfare usage between native-born Americans and immigrants. Without revealing what should be obvious to most, this is … Continue reading

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Is Weed Bad For You?

Jeffrey Tucker yet again has drawn controversy after he wrote an article criticizing potheads or people who smoke marijuana. In response, Sterlin Lujan at the Art of Not Being Governed has penned a reply that is worth your time. Also, … Continue reading

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Bionic Mosquito has a new post poking fun at Jeffrey Tucker for a recent article of his arguing that “Everyone Needs Freedom to Discriminate.” BM’s rhetorical query aside, while I’m glad Tucker is taking the right stance, like everyone else who’s followed … Continue reading

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Discrimination for me, but not for thee

Jeffrey Tucker made the following observation on the issue of discrimination (bold emphasis added). Notice how anti-discrimination law applies to the producer but not the consumer. Consumers are allowed to use any grounds they want for denying money here or spending … Continue reading

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The Progressives’ Regress

Readers of this site may observe that I tend to avoid naming names when I criticize statements people make or the views they promote, albeit sometimes I make exceptions. Primarily, this is because I am interested in ideas, not the people who espouse them. … Continue reading

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