Not All Professors Are Socialists | Guests: Peter Boettke and John B. Taylor | Ep 15

– Welcome to Kibbe on Liberty. This is a bucket list session for me because I’m talking to John Taylor and Peter Boettke, the current and past presidents of the Mont Pelerin Society, classical liberal economists, and we’re gonna talk about Friedrich Hayek and that first gathering in the 1940s Continue Reading

The Democratic Socialists of America | Hayden Ludwig

You already know Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the young and charismatic Democratic Party nominee, and soon to be congresswoman, from New York’s 14th district – who defeated a member of the party’s congressional leadership in a stunning upset victory. But do you know the Democratic Socialists of America, a group Ocasio-Cortez belongs Continue Reading

Precis of Social Inequality Caused By Traditional Capitalism, And Hints At A Solution

13 trillion dollars

Will Candy Crush Set You Free? – 8-Bit Philosophy

Wasting away in a cubicle, your jerk face boss is implementing the new micromanaging techniques from their yearly seminar in Honolulu, and someone took your pastrami sandwich from the refrigerator… again. The mind numbing repetitiveness of the daily activity is soul crushing. Your phone begins to call out to you… Continue Reading

Forum on Freedom and Democracy in Singapore… the one that almost didn’t happen

It’s cancelled Why is this cancelled? The executive director who is now at the first floor is talking to Tian and Sochua and he says that well, I let him speak to you personally He’s David Ang, executive director of this place he cancelled my event the last minute Hi Continue Reading

I’m Not Accepted for My Religion

I’ve always been one of the only Jewish people in my town. I’m not super religious. My parents didn’t force their religion on me but I still believed in it. In elementary school a lot of kids went to church and there’s nothing wrong with that. Everyone’s allowed to have Continue Reading

Socialists and Other Grotesque Ingrates | Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

and now it is my pleasure to and then great honor to introduce my good friend and one of the the genuine stars of the Austral libertarian movement Tom woods tom is a senior fellow of the Mises Institute he first attended me is the University in 1993 when he Continue Reading

Dr. Yuri Maltsev on Socialism’s Resurgence

[Music] this is Mises weekends with your host Jeff dice [Music] ladies and gentlemen welcome back once again it’s time for Mises weekends and we are joined by a voice that I’m sure many of you know our friend and compete reott Yuri Maltsev Yuri how are you I’m doing Continue Reading

Noam Chomsky on Democracy

…politik sistem artan bir hızla giderek halktan bağımsız işliyor. İnsanlar, verilen kararları reddetmek bir yana, onaylarının önemli olduğunu bile düşünmüyorlar. Kararların, seçimlerde ne seçerlerse seçsinler, onlardan bağımsız verildiğini farz ediyorlar. Kararları onaylamanın bile halktan bağımsız yapıldığı bir sistem, çok zayıf bir demokrasidir. Ne gibi bir onaylamadan bahsediyorsunuz? Onaylamadan kastım, bana, Continue Reading

Regulating Monopolies: A History of Electricity Regulation – Learn Liberty

One way we usually associate with government intervention or government activity is the regulation of monopolies. And we think of legislation like the Sherman Antitrust Act as a way that we control the growth of monopoly, market power, and the ability of firms to come to dominate one industry. The Continue Reading