Tag Archive: economics

Feb 25 2016

Study: Sanders Tax Plan Would Reduce Average Incomes by a Sixth

Bernie Sanders tax plan

Startling news about the Bernie Sanders tax plan has come to light in the wake of his win at the New Hampshire primaries. What is this startling discovery? That the Bernie Sanders tax plan would reduce Americans’ income by one sixth. This information is courtesy of a new study conducted by Tax Foundation, a non-partisan, …

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Nov 19 2014

VIDEO: “The Currency of Anarchy” Interview (Voluntary Virtues Network)

Jun 21 2014

14 Best (Worst) Things Hillary Clinton Ever Said

With Hillary Clinton’s book tour being this week’s pop politician news, talk of her possibly running for president has continued to spark the airwaves and inspire social media frenzies. While Clinton has not announced that she plans to run, many question if the purpose of the tour is really only about her book. The book, …

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Apr 17 2014

CUNY to Pay Paul Krugman $25,000 a Month to Ponder Income Inequality

Earlier this year, City University of New York (CUNY) announced that liberal economist Paul Krugman will be joining their Graduate Center and Luxembourg Income Study Center as a “Distinguished Professor” in 2015. However, the agreement between Krugman and the school doesn’t actually involve teaching. For $25,000 a month, he will ‚Äúplay a modest role in …

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Apr 10 2014

“Anarchists” Demand $3 Billion From Google For “Anti-Capitalist Housing”

Anti-capitalist “anarchist” group Counterforce protested in front of the home of venture capitalist Kevin Rose – Digg founder and Google Ventures partner – on Sunday and demanded Google pay them $3 billion for housing, because entrepreneurs and capitalists are “scum.” Their chief complaint is that techies and new-business hopefuls flock to the area looking for …

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Jan 13 2014

11 Things Statists Taught Me About Being a Libertarian

Statists have truly taught me a lot about what it means to be a libertarian. Actually, they seem to know a whole lot more about it than I do. Through seemingly nonsensical debates, straw arguments, and name calling, I’ve begun to see the error of my ways. To show my appreciation for all that these …

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Jan 05 2014

Billion Dollar Video Game Company Runs on Voluntaryist Model

Imagine working for a successful, billion dollar company with no bosses, no hierarchy, and where all raises, bonuses, hiring, and firing is determined by a peer vote. Such a company exists, and it’s called Valve Corporation – the same company that is responsible for the known and loved video game titles Half-Life, Portal, Counter-Strike, and …

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