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October 7, 2019
Cheese
Max Gulker

Protectionism Sows the Seeds of Its Own Destruction

While Marx predicted inevitable doom for a system built on the decisions of billions of individuals, we know today that trying to control and plan those decisions is where leaders truly make an economic deal with the devil.

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Credit Markets - Road to Serfdom
Peter C. Earle

The Road to Serfdom…via Credit Markets

The role of bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies more broadly, in a negative interest rate world (as unlikely as that truly is), is twofold.

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NCAA goes exitinct
Scott Burns

NCAA Must Evolve, or Go Extinct

California’s recent Fair Pay for Play bill isn’t the best way of reforming college sports, but it does force the NCAA to make a stark choice: evolve or go extinct. Either way, it’s time for change.

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Private Club
Donald J. Boudreaux

A Country Is Not a Private Club

Private clubs are voluntary associations. Opting out of citizenship altogether is not a realistic option.

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The Joker
Jeffrey Tucker

The Joker and the Ideology of Destructionism

The Joker is not just one man, not just a crazy person, but the instantiation of the insane and morbid dangers associated with persistent personal failure backed by a conviction that when there is a fundamental conflict between a vision and reality, it can only be solved by the creation of chaos and suffering.

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