Consider purchasing a copy of A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case For A Stateless Society It is often asserted that, in a free market, the rich get richer at the expense of the poor growing ever poorer. It is true that most decent human beings believe everyone should have access to basic education, healthcare, food,… Continue reading A Spontaneous Order: What About the Poor?!
Consider purchasing a copy of A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case For A Stateless Society The notion of a “free” or an “unhampered" market is a conception of a market operating quickly, spontaneously, and unpredictably. It is a market where every person can negotiate the terms of every exchange he makes and privately owns every… Continue reading A Spontaneous Order: Monopolies and Cartels
There is a decades-old theory that the classic "Smurfs" was, in fact, a bit of communist propaganda. While I will not, for the most part, get into the theory's specifics here, I can recommend this 2011 Washington Times article as a launching point. The evidence certainly seems damning; the entire cartoon is rife with Marxist… Continue reading How Smurfs Communist Propaganda Is In Fact A Capitalist Wet Dream
Anti-Capitalism on the Right A common criticism of capitalism from the alt-right, traditionalist conservatives, and paleoconservatives is that it creates a decadent and materialistic culture that paves the way for the degeneration of public morality and the erosion of local communities and organic nations. They believe capitalism to be connected to globalism, multiculturalism, and consumerism,… Continue reading Alt-Righters: Capitalism Is The Cure, Not The Disease
Many on the alt-right are swift to condemn goods and services offered by certain companies as degenerate, blaming the entire capitalist economic order for their emergence. Entrepreneurs only seek to turn profits, if degenerate goods and services sell and turn a profit, it’s a symptom of a wider social problem, rather than a bug in… Continue reading Degeneracy Is A Product Of Big Government, Not The Free Market