Antony Sammeroff – Think Like An Economist

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Antony Sammeroff. Herein we discussed his path to libertarianism, the humility of Voluntaryists, truth is a process not a destination, the genesis of the Scottish Liberty Podcast, minimum wage, Only Capitalism Can Save The Planet, Living Wage : The Road to Hell… is paved with good intentions, Voluntaryism groups popping up throughout the world, Free Market Capitalism is a win-win situation, regulations push market prices up, the State is more dangerous than drugs,
Profits are market signals, the market economy is like evolution in the natural world, Sweatshops Help The Poor Escape Poverty, Benjamin Powell, If You Hate Poverty, You Should Love Capitalism, Mega Corporations Are Vile Mutations of the Free Market, sovereign immunity, defining terms, Peter Schiff Speaks for 1 Percent at Occupy Wall Street, Food Truck Freedom, The Virtue of Selfishness – Ayn Rand, good intentions are not enough and more!

“If Socialists cared as much about poor people being poor as they do about rich people being rich, they would be libertarians.”

Related Links:
Scottish Liberty Podcast
Scottish Liberty Podcast – Twitter
Antony Sammeroff free e-book
Seeing The Unseen – Antony’s blog
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Think Like an Economist – Antony Sammeroff
How To Change Someone’s Mind – Antony Sammeroff article
Living Wage : The Road to Hell… is paved with good intentions
Only Capitalism Can Save The Planet
Libertarians don’t have any solid plans by Antony Sammeroff

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