If the vaccine is something good, why are people still refusing the jab?
Helio Flanagan Veiga
Brazilian professor and researcher in the interdisciplinary areas of Law, Political Science, and Economics. Member of the Libertarian Party and the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Libertarian Activist. Founder of the Facebook page “O Libertário” (The Libertarian). Freedom lover.
It costs way more socially and economically to maintain a state where people are ruled by force and coercion than it does to just let people be free.
I Wasn’t Born an American, but I Will Gladly Die As One: A Foreigner’s Perspective on America This 4th of July
I love this country dearly for many reasons, but freedom and its love for it is the main one.
You have the right to belong to yourself; but that right cannot destroy somebody else’s rights.
The move towards privacy is global, and when privacy becomes a commodity, technology and the free market will provide it, whether Twitter or Facebook likes it or not.
It is no surprise that the police in the US usually act more aggressively than in other countries.
The more we mistakenly ask for “governmental help,” the more authoritarianism we get as we lose our civil and economic liberties.
Calling a product or a service a “human right” does not magically render it immune to scarcity.
Politicians Cannot Save You from the Coronavirus, but They May Make Things Worse by Trying
As Americans, if we truly love freedom as we say we do, then at this point our government’s measures should urge us to ask ourselves: why are we copying China and not South Korea?
As a nation we have witnessed the bad outcomes of when legislation tries to artificially replace the laws of economics.