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Ludwig Von Mises on Capitalism

By The Editor

Capitalism Magazine just ran a three-part article “serialized from Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow, a book based on six lectures delivered in Buenos Aires in 1959 on Capitalism, Socialism, Interventionism, Inflation, Foreign…

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First Amendment Going, Going…

By John Biver

First, the opening of the above titled post by Laurie Higgins, then a bit of the back-and-forth on facebook we had when Laurie orginally posted a note about the cases: Irony ‘o’ the Day:…

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Dishonest Science: Diagnosing Dissenters

By The Editor

From Eric Metaxas: If you think homosexual behavior is wrong, new research says you might not be right in the head. This summer, the Supreme Court narrowly redefined marriage and handed the gay-rights movement a…

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Who Killed the Liberal Arts?

By The Editor

Prager University continues to do great work — the attached video is an example of that work — and here is the opening of the transcript of the video: To get a bachelor’s degree…

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Agincourt + 600 Years

By John Biver

Here is Christopher Hibbert writing in his book Agincourt: Before dawn on the 25 October 1415 both armies roused themselves and began slowly to adopt the positions in which they were soon to fight….

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