Category Archives: Analysis

Private Property Rights as the Pillar of Human Civilization

The fundamental question all human beings face is, how do we organize our society in such a way that leads to the achievement of ground norms of justice, peace, prosperity and civilization? Particularly, how to organize the society so it avoids conflict between its members and promotes cooperation.  In this short essay I am going […]

On Government Digital Currencies

The latest issue of the Economist magazine (figure 1) discusses the coming digital currencies of the governments. It talks about how these currencies are risky but a risk worth taking and how they will transform finance as we know it today. Let’s see what risk we all are taking when governments are going to impose […]

How Politicians Exploit your Fear and What to Do to Stop them?

Book review:  Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions and What You Can Do to Stop Them by Connor Boyack.  Libertas Press (8 December 2014) Connor Boyack, the founder and president of Libertas Institute a libertarian think tank in Utah, has written an important book on the subject matter of the pervasive human emotion of fear […]

India’s Government Created Covid Disaster

Since the month of March 2021 suddenly the cases of Covid-19 are increasing in India. So far close to 2 crore people have contracted this mysterious disease out of which 99% have recovered and 1% have sadly died (Data source). World over media is portraying this situation as a disaster because of the fact of […]

How the Political Class Robs Us?

The German sociologist Franz Oppenheimer in his discussion of the political institution of the State divided the society in two classes. In his own words,  There are two fundamentally opposed means whereby man, requiring sustenance, is impelled to obtain the necessary means for satisfying his desires. These are work and robbery, one’s own labor and […]