Our videos illustrate in a clear and informative way, how we can truly improve well-being in society — through greater economic freedom. Watch, comment on, and share these short clips!
When the government deficit spends, it isn’t giving us money. It’s taking money from our children and giving it to us now. Watch the video here.
Professor Antony Davies demonstrates the inherent problems with government planning through the simple analogy of ordering lunch. Only individuals themselves have the knowledge of what their own needs and desires are and how they can best fulfill them.
If you knew a dollar invested in something would wind up losing more than a dollar, would you consider that a good investment? The government does just that when it starts spending taxpayer and borrowed money.
Joplin was struck by an EF5 tornado last May. Afterwards, community members freely and voluntarily worked together to help rebuild the town.
With a public pension crisis looming, what should we do? Tweaking isn’t enough: it’s time for reform. Scott Beaulier explains.
Watch as Scott Beaulier from Troy University breaks down the situation with public pensions and explains why the current system of public pensions is unsustainable and needs reform.
Though there is often much focus on the richest private individuals in the United States, the U.S. Congress actually has far more economic power.
What if we had an “opportunity society” where poor people could become middle-income and rich, and even own their own businesses?
“The point of a market economy is that it channels this [self-interest] into productive rathar than predatory avenues.” Watch as economist Don Boudreaux explains.
“Regulations actually benefited the regulated industry at the expense of consumers.” Watch as Susan Dudley explains who really benefits from regulations and how that effects the economic freedom of individuals.