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The Myth of Natural Monopoly | by Thomas J. DiLorenzo

Monopolies are usually, almost without exception, instituted by governments. When on occasion a monopoly occurs in a free market (and it can) it is usually very short lived unless that firm can co-opt the government to create a regulatory “moat” around that firm to protect it from competitors. In short monopoly is basically a problem created by governments.

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Salon goes (?) soft-fascist, Frets, Why Uber Must Be Stopped

Months ago I wrote about the “hipster fascists.” These are the folks who hold themselves out to be in favor of new ideas and innovation but in fact find much comfort under the wing of the warm, suffocating, life squeezing, state. Andrew Leonard the author of the attached article, though far too old to be a hipster, strikes me as this sort of fellow.

He cries to the heavens. “Uber is out to take over the world! We must stop it now. Kill this capitalist demon spawn while it is still small enough to kill. Dear Government where are you!!!!”

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Pharma: Hotbed of Crony Capitalism

These recent stories (from The Alliance for Natural Health-USA) are just a small part of the total story of the alliance between government and the drug companies (Pharma).

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