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Three lessons from the Austrian economist Murray Rothbard on how American libertarians might think about Milei's Argentina ascension.
Sohrab Ahmari denounces Argentina's new president as a faux populist. Good for Milei.
Once you get past the aesthetics, the similarities between Milei and MAGA mostly vanish.
Argentine libertarian writer Marcos Falcone breaks down Argentina's recent election results and the upcoming runoff.
The stakes are high for this weekend's presidential election.
A self-described "anarcho-capitalist" leads in the polls ahead of Argentina's upcoming presidential election.
Javier Milei’s coalition, Liberty Moves Forward, advances to the first stage of the October general election.
The question now is whether Bolsonaro’s coalition can remain in place once the man himself is out of power.
Had the bill passed, Argentina's conservative president said he would sign it into law.
Missing the fact that governments, not mining companies, are the real villains
What about today?
Extracted a pay raise
Move could prompt break-up of large media companies
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is receiving treatment for bleeding on her brain
Told to take a month off
From financial crisis back in 2001
Home purchases are traditionally made in American currency
Not into the whole 'cult of personality' thing
Anything to shield value
When the dollar is a refuge, you're screwed
Technically he's immune to prison time, but lawmakers can strip him of that privilege
Led Argentina from 1976 to 1981, was serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity
Anything to escape their worthless currency
Need to escape state incompetence and restrictions
Because of the Falklands