Economics

Private Education: the Solution to American Educational Problems

Propaganda controls our minds, and for 40 years, we have been fed a certain propaganda behind which there’s plenty of money. We can even put some dates and places to such propaganda like the famous Mt. Peregrine meeting of 1947 organized by Friedrich Hayek, who later received the Nobel Prize in Economics (a propaganda instrument in itself). Then we have the famous but horrible literary work of Ayn Rand that so many people in power cite as the source of their current sociopolitical views. But the fact is all that together is a Mount Everest of bullshit, and as I was a scientist at one point in my life, I tend to believe in facts and empirical evidence. Well, let’s get to the point: the American education system sucks. If you have any doubt, you can conduct a survey yourself in a...

Free? No, please!

People, in general, hate meetings, except  those where you serve free food.  Then attendance skyrockets. Wanna get people visit your grand opening? Offer something for free. People will show up even though most know there’s some price to pay, such as a boring two minute talk about the wonders of a new pair of shoes with 100% UV light protection. When we deal with the government, many of us are willing to go for free healthcare, free education, free roads despite the fact -some believe it is a fact- everything the government gives for free actually sucks. Free healthcare sucks. Free education sucks. Free roads suck. The solution: privatization, the rule of the individual, the entrepreneur, the businessman. Private hands know better about allocation and distribution. They take a profit...

The Free Market

Free market, free market, free market… We’re here for the free market. We’re here because of the free market. Where would we be without the free market? Forty years? Maybe more, certainly not less, we’ve been hearing about the free market. Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher were the icons of the free market. They debunked whatever was there before… which, of course, was horrible… and it wasn’t free. No matter the costs of the free market, even lives, don’t dare to talk against the free market, for then you’re talking against freedom. The free market means freedom… Freedom? For what?… Is there a free market?

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