By Mary Theroux | Thursday December 25, 2008 at 5:18 PM PST | 3 Comments
In an era of increasing situational ethics of bailouts, foreign wars, and massive frauds public and private, we lovers of liberty would do well to stop and heed the call to put Christ back in Christmas, acknowledging and giving gratitude for the bedrock source of the principles we hold so dear. There’s no reason...
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Tags: American History, Charity, Christ, Christmas, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Economics, Education, Europe, Law, Liberty, Natural Law, Personal Liberty, Politics, Property Rights, Religion, Science, Slavery, War
By Robert Higgs | at 2:46 PM PST | 3 Comments
It’s hardly a news flash that many people who are widely regarded as lions of the pro-market side have gone over to the dark side in recent months. I am not going to name any names; if you are one of the guilty parties, you know who you are; and the rest of us know, too,...
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Tags: Bailouts, corporate welfare, Economics, Economists, Employment, Federal Reserve, free market economics, Great Depression, Housing, Keynesian economics, Money and Banking, Obama, political pork, Politics, The State