Month: January 2017

5 Common Winter Health Problems

Winter is known for its cold air and the subsequent copious amounts of warm beverages to keep warm, and although you may think that the only thing you have to watch out for is bitter egg nog or tacky sweater parties, there are actually some health risks that come and go with the seasons.

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Must We Pick a Side?

“At all times sincere friends of freedom have been rare,” says Lord Acton, “and its triumphs have been due to minorities.” It is not easy in a hugely partisan political environment, but by maintaining your objectivity and principles in these times, you will be in the minority. But you will be a friend of freedom, and you could make all the difference.

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Free Trade versus “Free Trade”

To economists, free trade means the absence of government interference with trade: no tariffs, quotas, subsidies, or other interventions, explicit or implicit. To politicians, “free-trade” means a complex set of managed trade policies. So, is all that extra government “coordination” necessary?

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