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Serbian Peace, Love & Liberty

I am always pleased to be able to announce a new edition of one of my publications. This time it is the Serbian edition of Peace, Love & Liberty. If you…

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The Morality of Capitalism: Punjabi Edition

This is the new Punjabi edition of my book, The Morality of Capitalism. Thanks to Rishi Kochhar and the team at the Amritsar Policy Group for all their work to get this…

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A Wedding in Argentina

I’ve been busy and not posting. This is a big reason why.   I was married to a man from Thailand named Sonram recently. We have been in a relationship…

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State Control vs. Self-Control in New Mexico

I’ve only just arrived back in Washington D.C. after a whirlwind week or two that took me to Bali for the World Conference on Market Liberalization , then Las Vegas for…

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Atlas Network Luncheon at FreedomFest 2015

We had a full house at the Atlas Network hosted luncheon this weekend at FreedomFest‬. Thank you to all who came! I am sorry to say that I have been feeling…

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World Conference on Market Liberalization in Bali

  ISIL held a World Conference on Market Liberalization in Bali, Indonesia, at the beginning of this month and I was pleased to be able to speak. The International Society for…

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Why Liberty for Chileans

I am always pleased to see my writings being translated into other languages or adapted to other countries. Why Liberty? was recently translated into Spanish and then adapted to fit…

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Find Me On Social Media

I keep this website updated with pictures from events I go to, videos of my lectures, and my own writings, but it is worth mentioning that on social media I…

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From Athens to Canberra: Not As Far As One Might Think

The Australian Financial Review published a piece I wrote on the 28th of May, 2015, comparing Australia’s fiscal situation to that of Greece. How far is Australia from Greece?  Pretty…

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Video – Morality of Capitalism for Centre for Independent Studies

I was pleased to be able to spend a month down in Australia, as a Scholar-in-Residence with the Centre for Independent Studies. I was able to give a number of…

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