Last week, the US Department of Commerce released a statement in which it announced new tariffs on Canadian plane imports. The description “Duty Determination on Imports of 100- to 150-Seat Large Civil Aircraft From Canada“ will sound oddly specific to most readers, but very familiar to people interested in civil aviation. One-hundred to 150-seat Canadian aircrafts are currently […]
Tools for Arguments attempts to provide important facts (in a short form) to advocates for liberty, which they can and should use when discussing libertarian ideas. In discussions about healthcare, and its liberalisation in particular, the stat regarding American infant mortality rates is brought up continuously. “If the wonderfully privatised healthcare system is so great, […]
The city of New York decided recently to increase the price of a pack of cigarettes to $13, making it one of the most expensive places in the world to buy tobacco. In fact, throughout the years, the East Coast city has been pursuing an aggressive Nanny State policy, ranging even further than just cracking […]
During the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, which was held recently, European nations were keen on lecturing the United States on protectionism. It has in fact been a longstanding pledge of the G20 to resist any tendencies to put national interests above the framework of international trade agreements. It is also true that the first […]
I conducted this interview with the libertarian blogger and YouTuber Julie Borowski during the European Students for Liberty Regional Conference in Heidelberg, Germany. It was originally posted on the ESFL blog, which you can find here.
This article is a publication for the website A Libertarian Future, which publishes US-related libertarian news stories. You can check out my author page here. This presidential race is filled with scandals of abuse of power, corruption, cronyism, all for the personal enrichment or the special interests of a certain group. Be that Donald Trump’s […]