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The Hydroxychloroquine Controversy Is a Reminder That Prescription Laws Are a Government Racket

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In a free country, doctors would be free to prescribe whatever drugs they wish to anyone for any reason. In fact, individuals should be free to buy drugs without a special government-required doctor's note.

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What the Failed 55-MPH Speed Limit Law Tells Us about COVID Lockdowns

Blog05/27/2020

Americans were once harangued by government "experts" about the need to slow down on highways in order to save lives. Few listened. Today, laws demanding everyone "stay at home" may suffer a similar fate.

Coronavirus Propaganda Mimics War Propaganda

Blog05/27/2020

Propaganda kills, but it also works. Many of the same tactics employed to destroy opposition to the Iraq War are being used today against opponents of lockdowns.

Why Congressional "Oversight" of the Bureaucracy Is No Such Thing

Blog05/27/2020

Neither voters nor politicians watch the bureaucracy very carefully, so they respond as one might expect—advancing their own and their favorites' interests, at the expense of the public they are supposedly working for.

COVID Ethics: It's Immoral to Confine Innocent People Who Might Be a Threat

Blog05/27/2020

The possibility that someone might pose a threat to another at a future time is not sufficient reason to revoke a person's property rights.

The Chicago School versus the Austrian School

05/26/2020Mises Daily Articles

Although it's true that Austrians agree with Chicago economists on many policy issues, their approach to economic science is very different.

How We Might Respond to a Pandemic Were Society Not So Dominated by the State

Blog05/26/2020

The state currently enjoys a vastly unbalanced share of the power within a society, such an arrangement is not in any way preordained, and the assumption that it must be betrays a narrowness of vision and a lack of historical knowledge.

The Fed Is Doing "Whatever It Takes" to Prop Up the Economy. That's a Very Bad Thing.

There's now no difference between monetary policy and other government programs designed to prop up firms, industries, and other favored groups. The Fed is simply another government planning agency.

The Big Reason Mises Rejected Marx's Dialectical Materialism

Blog05/25/2020

The weird thing about dialectical materialism is that Marx seems to have cobbled it together from two philosophies that contradicted each other.

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