The New Symposium Society held a public forum on the topic “Capitalism and Socialism” on August 20, 2019. Audio is below.
Posts tagged as “Capitalism”
Derek K. Yonai, JD, Ph.D., Director of the Koch Center for Leadership & Ethics at Emporia State University, spoke to the Wichita Pachyderm Club January 11, 2019, on the topic of Teaching the Morality of Free Enterprise.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Robert L. Bradley, Jr. speaking on the topic "The Contra-Capitalist Corporation (In Search of Heroic Capitalism)."
A look at some of the large economic development programs in Wichita and Kansas.
Lawrence W. Reed, President of Foundation for Economic Education, joins Bob and Karl to discuss the connection between liberty and character, our economic future, and I, Pencil.
Dr. Tom G. Palmer of Atlas Network joins Bob Weeks to explain why the usual approach to foreign aid isn’t working, and what Atlas Network is doing to change the lives of the poor across the world.
Fred L. Smith, Jr. is the founder of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He explains the problems with excessive regulation and a large administrative state.
Dr. James Otteson is executive director of the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism at Wake Forest University. He was in Wichita to speak at the Bastiat Society and stopped by the WichitaLiberty.TV studios to discuss capitalism.
Explaining common economic development programs in Kansas.
Do corporations prefer the marketplace or a large and powerful government?
In this excerpt from WichitaLiberty.TV: Can we reform economic development in Wichita to give us the growth we need?
Wichita's establishment prefers cronyism over capitalism.
By advocating for revival of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce continues its advocacy for more business welfare, more taxes, more wasteful government spending, and more cronyism
Do Wichita’s many laws and regulations accomplish their goals? Then, are Wichita’s economic development policies likely to work?
Business groups and government agencies usually favor Ex-Im. Free-market and capitalism advocacy groups are almost universally opposed.
Jeffrey Tucker talks about his most recent book “Bit by Bit: How P2P Is Freeing the World” and how Bitcoin and other distributed technologies are affecting the world.
Does Kansas have its own version of Solyndra, the politically-connected firm that failed and cost taxpayers some $535 billion? We don't know. But the Abengoa cellulosic ethanol plant near Hugoton received a $132.4 million loan guarantee under the same program that benefited Solyndra.
Wichita is ready to consider another giveaway to politically-connected interests at the expense of citizens and taxpayers.
Why are so many opposed to private property and free exchange -- capitalism, in other words -- in favor of large-scale government interventionism? Lack of knowledge, or ignorance, is one answer, but there is another.
The Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce urges spending over fiscally sound policies and tax restraint in Sedgwick County.