Archived from the live Mises.tv broadcast, this lecture by Bob Murphy was presented at the 2012 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama. Music by Kevin MacLeod.
Q – Why is government riddled with so much debt? A – It takes courage (a commodity rarely found in politics) to reduce public spending. Gov. Luis Fortuno displays what political courage has done for Puerto Rico.
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Court Rejects Challenge to Indiana Choice Scholarship Program
Are you skeptical of school choice programs? Do words like private schools, charter schools, vouchers, and tax credits make you uneasy? If so, Prof. Angela Dills argues that there are four things that you should know about school choice before dismissing it as a viable improvement to our education system:
1. School choice doesn’t require parents to bear the full cost of educating their child.
2. School choice lowers the cost of schooling.
3. School choice raises the quality of schooling.
4. Low income and minority students are more likely to benefit from school choice programs.
Dills argues that the American education system is failing our children. We have thrown money at the problem for years with little or no effect. School choice, when it has been tried, has lowered the cost of schooling while maintaining, or even improving, the quality of education.
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Is the Occupy Wall Street crowd too loud? Tonight: What happens when the freedom of speech and the right of private property come into conflict?
Originally aired 11/03/11 on “Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano” on Fox Business Network
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Do stable property rights benefit only the rich? Prof. Aeon Skoble argues that, contrary to public belief, equally protected property rights are the little guy’s best protection against the rich and those with power. Put another way, property rights benefit all people regardless of wealth and power status.
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Archived from the live Mises.tv broadcast, this lecture by Bob Murphy was presented at the 2011 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama.