10 Divide and Conquer Tactics Used by the Corporate Press. Bird Archist & Keith Knight

10 Divide and Conquer Tactics Used by the Corporate Press. Bird Archist & Keith Knight

Justifications, rationalizations, for butchery and mass murder have been served up by every State and cheerfully adopted by the over whelming majority of their citizens.

Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D., Left and Right, p. 449

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The Primary Culprit: Hitler v. Stalin. Sean McMeekin, Ph.D. & Keith Knight

The Primary Culprit: Hitler v. Stalin. Sean McMeekin, Ph.D. & Keith Knight

It was Stalin who had invaded six western neighbors between 1939 and 1941, alarming the Germans and other neighbors who were afraid of being devoured next. The Soviet invasions of Finland and Romania had backfired spectacularly, as these countries were now fighting alongside the German Wehrmacht to redeem their honor and regain their lost territory.

Sean McMeekin, Ph.D., Stalin’s War: A New History of World War Two (Basic Books, 2021) p. 261

Sean McMeekin, Ph.D., is a professor of history at Bard College. The award-winning author of several books, including The Russian Revolution, July 1914, and The Ottoman Endgame, McMeekin lives in Clermont, New York.

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Progressivism Must Be Defeated. GOP Senate Candidate Blake Masters & Keith Knight

Progressivism Must Be Defeated. GOP Senate Candidate Blake Masters & Keith Knight

The only means to raise wage rates permanently for all those eager to earn wages is to raise the productivity of labor by increasing the per-head quota of capital invested and improving the methods of production.

The better the tools are which the worker uses in his job, the more he can perform in an hour, the higher is, consequently, his remuneration.

The height of wage rates is determined by the consumers’ appraisal of the value the worker’s labor adds to the value of the article available for sale.

Ludwig von Mises, Planning for Freedom, p. 6, 151, 190

Blake Masters is the Chief Operating Officer of Thiel Capital running for the United States Senate in Arizona.

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How Empires Perish: Why Republicans Should Be Anti-War

How Empires Perish: Why Republicans Should Be Anti-War

Ideology has always been vital to the continued existence of the State, as attested by the systematic use of ideology since the ancient Oriental empires. The specific content of the ideology has, of course, changed over time, in accordance with changing conditions and cultures. In the Oriental despotisms, the Emperor was often held by the Church to be himself divine; in our more secular age, the argument runs more to “the public good” and the “general welfare.” But the purpose is always the same: to convince the public that what the State does is not, as one might think, crime on a gigantic scale, but something necessary and vital that must be sup- ported and obeyed. Th e reason that ideology is so vital to the State is that it always rests, in essence, on the support of the majority of the public.

Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D.

Ethics of Liberty, pp. 168–69

excerpt from A Republic, Not an Empire by Patrick J. Buchanan

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Black Man Found Not Guilty After Shooting at Cops in Self Defense!

Black Man Found Not Guilty After Shooting at Cops in Self Defense!

Economics has revealed a great truth about the natural law of human interaction: that not only is production essential to man’s
prosperity and survival, but so also is exchange….
If anyone wishes to grasp how much we owe to the processes of exchange, let him consider what would happen in the modern world if every man were suddenly prohibited from exchanging anything with anyone else. Each person would be forced to produce all of his own goods and services himself. Th e utter chaos, the total starvation of the great bulk of the human race, and the reversion to primitive subsistence by the remaining handful of people, can readily be imagined.

Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D.
Ethics of Liberty, p. 35

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Loathing the Corporate Press is the Moderate Position

Loathing the Corporate Press is the Moderate Position

… I see the central conflict as not between classes, (social or economic), or between ideologies, but between Power and Liberty, State and Society. … It is only through and by state action that “class” conflict can arise.

Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D.
Conceived in Liberty v. 1, p. 10; p. xvi

When All The Media Narratives Collapse by Andrew Sullivan

Knowledge, Reality, and Value: A Mostly Common Sense Guide to Philosophy by Michael Huemer, Ph.D.

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The Scam Republicans Keep Falling For! w/ Olivia Rondeau

The Scam Republicans Keep Falling For! w/ Olivia Rondeau

… the Constitution has proved to be an instrument for ratifying the expansion of State power rather than the opposite. … any written limits that leave it to government to interpret its own powers are bound to be interpreted as sanctions for expanding and not binding those powers. In a profound sense, the idea of binding down power with the chains of a written constitution has proved to
be a noble experiment that failed.

…The libertarian system would meet this problem by scrapping the entire notion of creating a government — an institution with a coercive monopoly of force over a given territory — and then hoping to fi nd ways to keep that government from expanding. The libertarian alternative is to abstain from such a monopoly government to begin with.

Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D.
For a New Liberty, p. 84

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Olivia Rondeau is a political commentator, journalist, and liberty activist. She is a podcast host and staff writer at the Foundation for Economic Education, columnist at The Rogue Review, and a contributor to The Daily Caller and Timcast. She covers a wide range of topics, including culture to policy.

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What is Critical Race Theory? – James Lindsay, Ph.D.

What is Critical Race Theory? – James Lindsay, Ph.D.

… the whole point of politics is to “divide” people, to separate people by principle and ideology and to have them slug it out, each trying to gain a majority support of the population.

Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D.
Irrepressible Rothbard, p. 289

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How the West Got Rich – Deirdre N. McCloskey, Ph.D.

How the West Got Rich – Deirdre N. McCloskey, Ph.D.

A change in how people honored markets and innovation caused the Industrial Revolution, and then the modern world….People had to start liking “creative destruction,” the new idea that replaces the old…Europeans and then others came to admire entrepreneurs like Ben Franklin and Andrew Carnegie and Bill Gates.

Liberty and Dignity Explain the Modern World by Deirdre N. McCloskey, Ph.D.

Deirdre N. McCloskey is a professor of economics, history, English, and communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Libertarian Lessons from ‘The 48 Laws of Power’. Pete Quiñones, Popular Liberty, & Keith Knight

Libertarian Lessons from ‘The 48 Laws of Power’. Pete Quiñones, Popular Liberty, & Keith Knight

In all societies, public opinion is determined by the intellectual classes, the opinion molders of society. For most people neither
originate nor disseminate ideas and concepts; on the contrary, they tend to adopt those ideas promulgated by the professional intellectual classes, the professional dealers in ideas. Now, throughout history … despots and ruling elites of States have had far more need of the services of intellectuals than have peaceful citizens in a free society. For States have always needed opinion-molding intellectuals to con the public into believing that its rule is wise, good, and inevitable; into believing that the “emperor has clothes.”

Murray N. Rothbard
For a New Liberty, pp. 13–14

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The AntiTax – The First Step To A Private Society w/ Andrew From Popular Liberty

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The Truth About Slavery – Thomas Sowell, Ph.D.

The Truth About Slavery – Thomas Sowell, Ph.D.

Slavery is one of the oldest and most universal of all human institutions. Slavery has existed among peoples around the world, as far back as recorded history goes— and archaeological explorations suggest that it existed before human beings learned to write.

Thomas Sowell, Ph.D., Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One (Basic Books, 2009) p. 20

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Ph.D. Student Debunks Socialism Using Basic Economics! Marcel Gautreau & Keith Knight

Ph.D. Student Debunks Socialism Using Basic Economics! Marcel Gautreau & Keith Knight

In reality, most of the great fortunes in American history have resulted from someone’s figuring out how to reduce costs, so as to be able to charge lower prices and therefore gain a mass market for the product. Henry Ford did this with automobiles, Rockefeller with oil, Carnegie with steel, and Sears, Penney, Walton and other department store chain founders with a variety of products.

 

Thomas Sowell, Ph.D., Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy (2014, Basic Books) p. 165

Marcel Gautreau is a PhD student at George Mason University and a Mises Institute Research Fellow.

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