Healthcare Works in a Free Market

This article will argue that healthcare works just fine on a free market, in contrast to what many mainstream economists seem to think. Let’s start with an outside source. Peter Klein is a big name Austrian and he discusses this subject in a solid video shown below: Key highlights: “Healthcare” is not a useful term … Read more Healthcare Works in a Free Market

Can an Anarchic Nation Exist?

Yes, an anarchic nation can exist. This article will cover that question which is often asked by skeptics of anarchism and will also cover some exciting news about one such up-and-coming community according to Edan Yago, an odd name belonging to a phenomenal gentleman. The fist line of evidence that an anarchic state can exist … Read more Can an Anarchic Nation Exist?

Arguing for Intrinsic, Objective Value and Moral Markets

This post will argue for intrinsic and objective value, but that is not to say that I don’t acknowledge subjective value. Both exist, but objective or intrinsic value is the superior choice for market morality and efficiency. This discussion grew out of a forum discussion on bitcointalk a while back. When a person takes an action, … Read more Arguing for Intrinsic, Objective Value and Moral Markets

11 Ways to Explode Online Influence

1 Write well and often. Many people will recommend 500 words per article, 5-7 days per week. You must be consistent about this to build momentum. Traffic builds along an exponential curve in my experience. Miss a few days and you get to start all over, just like hitting the gym. Writing well means understanding … Read more 11 Ways to Explode Online Influence

Free Information Necessary for Free Markets

The Cornerstone is Free Information and the Fact that the US is Opposed to it. Snowden, Manning and Assange are all tied to the much-maligned Wikileaks. What does Wikileaks do? It provides an outlet for the free flow of information. The ignorant facets of society point out that free flow of information might endanger the … Read more Free Information Necessary for Free Markets

Zerocoin and Bitcoin: Taking Anonymity to the Next Level

Bitcoin has been changing. Drastically. Business Insider says that Bitcoin is selling its soul. Bloomberg, on the other hand, continues the line that bitcoin is a revolution bound to change the world for the better. What has changed? Basically there are three major events going on in the bitcoin world right now: Mt Gox is … Read more Zerocoin and Bitcoin: Taking Anonymity to the Next Level

Economic Efficiency Found in New Models of Education

This article by Discovery News notes that a Masters Degree can be obtained from Georgia Tech in cooperation with an online educational organization called Udacity for a mere cost of $7,000. The cost is about $40,000 at Georgia Tech’s physical campus according to the article. In other news Ron Paul recently released a home-school curriculum. … Read more Economic Efficiency Found in New Models of Education

60+ Places to Transact with Litecoin, Adam Kokesh on Litecoin

In my last article I linked to the Litecoin Github’s List of Litecoin related services as evidence that you can really spend litecoin on real goods and services. In this article I would like to reference many, many more places I have recently found. First I would point you to the best compilation I have … Read more 60+ Places to Transact with Litecoin, Adam Kokesh on Litecoin

My Thoughts on Raising Minimum Wage

A friend of mine, an intelligent one at that, recently posted on Facebook that he would raise minimum wage. He said he would do this because there are many poor people and their income rises very slowly. I didn’t even address the problem that the term poor is a nearly useless designation. Instead I went … Read more My Thoughts on Raising Minimum Wage