Amnesty International has finally had enough of the goings-on in Venezuela. With a population starving, the government issued a forced-labor edict. Amnesty said: "Trying to tackle Venezuela's severe food shortages by forcing people to work the fiel
Are we all socialists now? Economist Thomas DiLorenzo joins the Liberty Report to discuss his powerful new book on socialism and its sudden re-emergence on the political stage.
Bill Gates' philanthropic efforts are usually greeted with near-universal praise from people who believe he is a great humanitarian, but Bill Gates knows very little about sustainable, intelligent development.
A defining characteristic of socialism in all its forms in all places and at all times is a relatively small political elite (and its "private sector" cronies) that lives lavishly by plundering its population, destroying its economy, imposing a
Mess with Market Signals and Watch Chaos Emerge
At least one professor in America does not feel the Bern.
So-called "Democratic Socialism" is really the old and tired ideas of Socialism, with a different wrapper. Ron Paul takes apart a few of its many myths, as well as the other discredited set of ideas known as Keynesianism. Enjoy today's Myth-Busters!
Sometime in the last few weeks, or months, or years, you may have heard about this idea called "universal basic income." It's the idea that maybe governments should give a monthly stipend--no questions asked--to everyone who lives there.
A few years ago, the great libertarian artist Scott Bieser and I collaborated on the design for an ideological poster that hasn't received even a single percentage of the attention it actually deserves.
Socialism in its ancient version was a doctrine that did assert that mankind’s salvation could be brought about only by the violent overturn of the then existing liberal regimes and the abolition of private property. Modern day socialists have aban
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The surprising success of the Bernie Sanders campaign -- particularly among the youth -- has us wondering whether that failed experiment from last century, socialism, is really making a comeback. Should we remain hopeful that the freedom movement is
Thanks to that progressive century--a century of war and socialism--government has become like the furniture or potted plants around us: we're so accustomed to it we no longer even see it.
Authored by Ludwig von Mises via The Mises Institute, Excerpted from Human Action
Luke Rudkowski and Jeff Berwick travel down to Caracas Venezuela to give you a report on how people live in socialism. We not only give you a detailed update on life in Caracas but a complete social and economic breakdown
Because of Bernie Sanders's campaign for the presidency, many Americans are asking if "democratic socialism" is possible. Can there be a form of socialism that really includes the voices of all the people?
America's entitlement society has now reached its zenith. For over a half-century, the United States government and its 501c3 corporate churches have indoctrinated several generations of Americans in welfarism--or more commonly known as socialism.
Bernie Sanders has come to represent the new socialist movement in America. This gives us an incredible opportunity to address his supporters in a rational, courteous, and dignified way. Fortunately for us right now, we have Roger Ver on the side of
What are the Democrats hiding?
Gary Kasparov, the greatest mind that chess has ever known, has a few things to say about socialism
Politicians and their supporters are always trying to justify government redistribution. Excuses are everywhere, but theft is always wrong. Ron Paul tackles the issue. Also, who's responsible for 9/11?
Exactly as the majority of European countries Italy is a socialist country. As we'll see later, in fact Italy and the other western democracies are modern variants of one particular brand of socialism that harks back to fascism.
The twentieth century has witnessed the beginning, development, and end of the most tragic experiment in human history: socialism.
twentieth century has witnessed the beginning, development, and end of the most tragic experiment in human history: socialism.
Portuguese Revolution Falls Far Short
Thanks to the fundraising and polling success of Senator Bernie Sanders, socialism has become increasingly fashionable in the United States, particularly among young people.
Bureaucracy is suffocating America; yet, the bureaucrats themselves are doing quite well. It seems that the more they asphyxiate our economy, the more prosperous the bureaucratic class becomes.
Dr. Phranq Tamburri gives the 'Trump Report' - Celestino Fernandez (Professor Emeritus UofA) presentation 'The Pursuit of Happiness - A Community or Individual Pursuit - Paul Puey (CEO/Co-Founder of Airbitz.co)
Yes, and so are all the other presidential candidates; and all the other politicians; and all political parties; and all political systems! Throughout human history, and regardless of the label under which any have operated, every political system ha