How the Free Market Helps Combat Racial Discrimination
Walter E. Williams, The Daily Signal
Racists cannot trust free markets to racially discriminate. Free markets, with their dispersion of power, have little respect for race.
Ignorance Is More Costly in Politics than in Markets
Gary Galles, Mises Wire
For months, I have seen articles about the massive economic ignorance infesting candidates’ views and how they would “fix” what they think are the nation’s problems. They essentially say that neither candidate knows enough to pass an economics principles course, much less enough to advance Americans’ general welfare. I cannot disagree.
Freedom is key to creating wealth, prosperity
Jack Kemp, Washington Times
Too often in our descent into the policy minutia of budget and trade deficits, fiscal and monetary policy, we overlook the broader and bigger picture.
What the Greatest Catholic Philosopher Had to Say about Private Property
Richard M. Ebeling, FEE
The “just price” was the judgement of what both users and producers thought a good was worth.