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Day: September 24, 2020

Can You Boost Your Immune System? With Dr. Joseph Mercola
Ron Paul Institute

Can You Boost Your Immune System? With Dr. Joseph Mercola

by Daniel McAdams In a recent interview Dr. Fauci revealed that he takes multiple vitamin supplements to help boost his immune system and fend off disease. Dr. Joseph Mercola joins today's Liberty Report to explain how we might be able to also provide our bodies with additional protections against diseases with such vitamins and natural immune boosters. Watch today's Liberty Report: https://youtu.be/BoVTgqGJpVw Posted with permission from the Ron Paul Institute.
No, the U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Save Us
Tenth Amendment Center

No, the U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Save Us

by John Whitehead The U.S. Supreme Court will not save us. It doesn’t matter which party gets to pick the replacement to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. The battle that is gearing up right now is yet more distraction and spin to keep us oblivious to the steady encroachment on our rights by the architects of the American Police State. Americans can no longer rely on the courts to mete out justice. Although the courts were established to serve as Courts of Justice, what we have been saddled with, instead, are Courts of Order. This is true at all levels of the judiciary, but especially so in the highest court of the land, the U.S. Supreme Court, which is seemingly more concerned with establishing order and protecting government interes...
The Misunderstood Milton Friedman: Profit Maximization Or Shareholder Preference?
Libertarian Christians

The Misunderstood Milton Friedman: Profit Maximization Or Shareholder Preference?

by Austin Rogers “Am I not allowed to do what I choose with what belongs to me?” —Matthew 20:15 Do businesses exist to serve shareholders? Or do they exist to serve the interests of all stakeholders, including communities and the environment? Milton Friedman’s doctrine of shareholder primacy has been much maligned, mischaracterized, and misunderstood over the past several decades. Unfortunately, Friedman himself may be partially to blame for this because of his emphasis on profit-seeking rather than fulfilling the desires and goals of shareholders. In his seminal New York Times essay, Friedman argues that “the social responsibility of business is to increase profits.” For decades, this way of thinking swayed many economists and capital owners alike into believing t...
What Is Conservatism?
Mises Insitute

What Is Conservatism?

by Ryan McMaken [Author's note: This is a condensed and simplified adaptation of an essay on conservatism I wrote for theEncyclopedia of Political Thought, edited by Gregory Claeys, and published by CQ Press (2013).] Conservatism is a group of political and social ideologies that promote traditional social and political institutions, gradualism in political action, and opposition to radical political and social movements. As an identifiable international intellectual and political movement, conservatism originated in opposition to the French Revolution, and was heavily influenced in its early years by Edmund Burke’s essay Reflections on the Revolution in France, first published in 1790.1 After the revolution, conservatism spread throughout much of western Euro...