Ron Paul On His New Book: The School Revolution

Justin Trudeau and Equality of Opportunity

(Originally appearing at LvMIC.) Justin Trudeau is the perceived front-runner for the leadership of the Liberal Party of Canada. On Saturday, he released a public statement outlining some of his proposed policy initiatives. In this statement, he asserts that his party “must be a party of principle.” More specifically, it must be a party of […]

Banksters and Tar Babies

I have been plagued by a tar baby for quite some time.

What to Do About the Student Loan Bubble

Here is a chart detailing money supply growth in Canada.

Tonight at 9 pm EST: Live Austrian Economics Q&A Session

Tonight, Professors Tom Woods and Jeffrey Herbener of LibertyClassroom.com are answering questions regarding all things Austrian economics. Professor Herbener teaches the site’s self-paced course entitled “Austrian Economics, Step by Step.” He knows his stuff. You can tune in, free of charge, here.

Online Learning is Revolutionizing Education

Are you familiar with Salman Khan? If not, you should be.

The Impossibility of Scientific Predictions About Human Behaviour

Writing about the expatriation of actor Gerard Depardieu, who fled his native France in response to newly-elected President Francois Hollande’s proposal of a 75 percent income tax for millionaires, Anne Applebaum asks: How much of any nation’s conversation about economics is ever really about economics, and how much of it is emotion, or perhaps national […]

Dr. Ron Paul’s Farewell Speech to Congress

Canada’s 2012 Public Debt Per Person is Higher than Greece’s

Thanks to The Economist for producing this real-time global debt clock.

Rick Santelli: ‘Wake Up Young People’

CNBC’s Rick Santelli explains that the costs of profligate government spending and indebtedness will be borne by young people: Thomas Jefferson considered this issue in 1813 when he rhetorically asked of young people: Are they bound to acknowledge the debt, to consider the preceding generation as having had a right to eat up the whole […]

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