Tag Archives: freedom

Hey, St. Louis Fed!… Go Tofurkey Yourself!

Here at the Economic Prism we believe individuals should be free to choose what they want in life, so long as they don’t commit aggression against another man’s person or property. By this, the St. Louis Fed’s free to eat fake turkey on Thanksgiving. We won’t stand in the way. Continue reading

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Don’t Take Me for Granted

Freedom in America, and throughout the world, is in decline. In fact, it has been in decline for many years. Continue reading

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How to Buffer the Fallout from America’s Third World Death Spiral

American workers are trying to make their way in an economy that’s rigged against them. We made this claim many years ago. Today, for fun and for free, we revisit this assertion…starting with the latest from those doing the rigging. Continue reading

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Something Worth Striving For

The days are long and hot in the Northern Hemisphere when real American patriots spit upon their hands and hoist the stars and stripes. On July 4, the free and brave, with duty and self-sacrifice, begrudgingly accept federal holiday pay to stand tall upon their own two feet. Rugged individualism and uncompromising independence are essential to their character. Continue reading

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