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Where Consumers Rule the Markets

On Equality and Inequality By Ludwig von Mises   Different and Unequal The doctrine of natural law that inspired the 18th century declarations of the rights of man did not imply the obviously fallacious proposition that all men are biologically … Continue reading

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The Keynesian Appeal: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

First…a reflective observation… America’s contemporary “ruling class elitism” was not born yesterday. It was born with the “progressive” movement of President Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1908): it grew with the “progressive” policies of President Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921); and was expanded with the … Continue reading

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The Church vs. Socialism

THE CHURCH VS. SOCIALISM By Dr. Gary North And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither said any [of them] that ought of the things which he possessed was his own; but … Continue reading

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Elitism, Equality, and Abstract Principles

Elitism, Equality, and Abstract Principles “It is not intelligence that makes men strong and independent, but rather faith and character.” By R.J. Rushdoony             It is a significant fact that Karl Marx championed equalitarianism while being an elitist. The two … Continue reading

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