Month: July 2021

What Is the Chance of a Severe Adverse Reaction From 3 Boosters Every Year for 40 Years?

Bad news from Israel which led the world in vaccinations (and vaccine passports). The vaccinated there are testing positive for COVID at the same rate as is their proportion of the population. They are also dying and being hospitalized at nearly the same rate as their proportion of the population. Their researchers have sifted through data …

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In Washington D.C. the Black Police Chief Is Frustrated With the City’s Coddling of Violent Criminals

The police chief says it is pointless for police to catch criminals that the courts turn loose. “The justice system that we have right now is not functioning the way that it should.”  Neither is the justice system functioning in New York, Chicago, Minnesota, Salem, San Francisco, Portland, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Michigan.  The justice system never functions …

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America Has Lost the Trade War with China, But the Real Pain Has Yet To Begin

Corporate America sacrificed national interests in service of greed, and so did the U.S. government. As we all know, the source of Corporate America’s unprecedented explosion in profits in the 21st century is the offshoring of manufacturing to China. If you doubt this, please study the chart below of corporate profits. Apologists claim many excuses in …

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When Private Property Isn’t

My comment, at the Mises site: [From the author of the piece]: “This does not mean that someone cannot be prevented from accessing certain venues or activities when their rightful owners set preventive sanitary rules….” BM: Libertarians must really get past this kind of thinking. Does anyone believe that airlines, social media companies, mainstream media companies, …

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Economy, Society, History

Economy, Society, and History is a blueprint for understanding the world, rethinking it, and creating a better one. In June 2004, Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe visited the Mises Institute to deliver an ambitious series of lectures titled Economy, Society, and History. What followed was an intellectual tour de force few academics would even attempt. Over ten lectures, one …

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