Tag: economics
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The Racial Tithe

Previously I wrote an article that just looked at the net budgetary impact of whites and non-whites. Here I decided to break down the black and Hispanic numbers as well.

The most recent year with good data on everything is 2014. So that is the year all of these numbers

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What It Means To Be Post-Libertarian

Ideological swaps have a common tendency: first, you experience a marked increase in positive feelings and energy towards your new ideology. Second, you disassociate yourself with your previous ideology and sling mud at it. You can’t take it seriously, so even if you have decent critiques of it, the

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