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"Raise My Taxes" Really Just Means "Raise Others' Taxes"

(Mises.org | Gary Galles) - As has happened during every recent presidential campaign that might result in higher taxes on “the rich” (i.e., every one with a Democratic candidate), some of the 1 percent (or the .1 or .01 percent) have come out in favor of “taxing me more,” in the name of paying what they think is their fair share and generating government funds to address poverty, wealth inequality, or the latest in progressive proposals.

Don’t Believe Too Much in Democracy, Mark Zuckerberg

(Cato @ Liberty | John Samples) - Everyone dislikes the social media companies these days. Conservatives (that is, Republicans) decry alleged bias against their views. Liberals (that is, Democrats) complain about hate speech online and market domination. And that’s just the start for both sides.

No, You Don’t Have A ‘Right’ To ‘Free’ Health Care, And Neither Does Anyone Else

Just because a government declares health care a right and socializes medicine, does it mean its citizens are more likely to obtain care? Nope. In fact, it’s typically the opposite.

Bubonic Plague In LA: California On The Verge Of Becoming A Third World State

(Mac Slavo | SHTFplan.com) - The city of Los Angeles is quickly descending into a cesspool of decay and disease.  With bubonic plague now likely present amongst residents, the city and the state of California are on the verge of becoming a third-world hellscape.  Some say that that’s already happened…

Colleges Shouldn’t Escape Blame for the Student-Debt Crisis

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(National Review) - The student-debt crisis was launched to the forefront of the American political world this week when Bernie Sanders announced his plan to eliminate nearly all of the $1.6 trillion in student loans currently owed by Americans. Sanders’ announcement caused quite the uproar, yet notably, colleges themselves escaped the lion’s share of the blame.

Supreme Court Deserves Praise for Reversing Itself on Takings Clause

(The Daily Signal | Paul J. Larkin Jr.) - Our constitutional system assumes that federal courts serve to remedy an injustice created by officials in the legislative and executive branches. Unfortunately, federal courts, even the Supreme Court, sometimes are responsible for creating an injustice.

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