Browsing All posts tagged under »free market«

The Free Market – Why it must always be augmented

March 18, 2012

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By Justin Hayden An inherent problem of the free market is the creation of individual, social, and economic dependency on industries that might no longer be needed due to resource constraints or lack of necessity.  The best examples are the future of fossil fuel power plants and the automobile industry of the late 2000s.  The […]

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: Jobs, brought to you by American free enterprise

December 23, 2011

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This fall, there has been a big sign display on the front of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce building in downtown Washington, DC. It reads: “JOBS: Brought to you by American Free Enterprise”. Why is this significant? First off all, CNN reported back in October on a demonstration which took place in front of the […]

The New Middle Passage, and the Aristocracy of Citizenship: On Immigration

May 18, 2011

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By Larry Duvalier One of today’s headlines: “513 people found in 2 trucks headed to U.S.”  Advanced x-ray technology allowed Mexican authorities in the southern state of Chiapas to detect and stop two truckloads of illegal immigrants headed toward the U.S.  The image released, intended to showcase the high-tech savvy behind this “great victory” of […]

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