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Jeffrey A. Tucker
Jeffrey Tucker is Editorial Director for the American Institute for Economic Research. He is the author of five books, including "Right-Wing Collectivism: The Other Threat to Liberty." This article was first published on AIER.org.
An Education in One Evening
Jordan Peterson might be today’s most influential public intellectual, having achieved that fame in only two years, following ...
September 12, 2018
Money Means More Than Dollars
I needed to stay overnight in a hotel in a New Jersey town and had no time for ...
September 10, 2018
Government Is Like a Bad Football Fan
My father was a gentle man—except on Sunday afternoons, when the Dallas Cowboys were on television. He would ...
September 5, 2018
What Has Happened to Social Media?
The first lady of the United States has decried social media's "potential to be destructive and harmful when ...
August 29, 2018
How Technology Bolsters Your Right to Work, Choose, and Earn
It’s hard to remember how hard it was to look for work—or leave your current job—before technology changed everything. Consider ...
July 23, 2018
Should You Quit Your Job?
There is something absolutely beautiful about a tight labor market. It seems to shift decision-making from the boss ...
July 17, 2018
Inflation in the News, but What Is It Exactly?
It’s in all the economic headlines now: After years of academics worrying about falling prices, the inflation threat ...
July 16, 2018
High Regulation to Blame for Huge Corporations
What is the ideal size of the firm? The question has been batted around by economists for a ...
June 19, 2018
Crypto Laissez Faire
Do you know what the “Howey Test” is? Don’t feel bad if you don't. Probably not one person ...
June 19, 2018
The Gilded Age of Edith Wharton
It was my great pleasure to visit the home of the great American novelist and cultural philosopher Edith Wharton (1862-1937) ...
June 18, 2018
Adam Smith, a Classic Liberal
This past weekend, it was the 295th birthday of Adam Smith, champion of trade and the philosophical mastermind ...
June 17, 2018
I share this with Joseph Stalin: a great appreciation for the musical genius of Maria Yudina. And I ...
June 5, 2018
Why Unhealthy Food Is Cheap and Plentiful
Every health-conscious person will tell you the reasons why the U.S. food market is such a mess. It’s ...
May 27, 2018
Traffic the Free Market Way
Most drivers focus on the fact that a green light gives them the right of way, regardless of ...
January 27, 2018
The Senate Is Right to Repeal Obamacare in Tax Bill
As expected, The Washington Post and The New York Times expressed their outrage in scathing editorials. The New Yorker followed suit. “Using a tax bill ...
December 21, 2017
Goodbye Net Neutrality, Hello Competition
At long last, with the end of “net neutrality,” competition could soon come to the industry that delivers ...
December 7, 2017
President Trump Responds to AG Barr’s Press Conference: ‘Game Over’
Barr Explains Conclusion of Mueller Probe: Trump Did Not Collude With Russia
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Says She Feels More Palestinian in Congress Than Anywhere Else
, Epoch Times
European Lawmakers Ask for Sanctions Against Human Rights Abusers in China
, Special to The Epoch Times
Trump Vetoes Resolution to End US Involvement in Yemen War
Man Caught Walking Into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NY With Full Gas Cans, Lighters
The Associated Press
Trump’s 2020 Campaign Raises $30 Million in First Quarter
US Trade Deficit Hits 8-Month Low as Gap With China Shrinks
White House Announces It Is Reinstating Travel Restrictions, Limiting Remittances to Cuba
Young Woman Obsessed With Columbine is Found Dead
The Associated Press