Monday , February 24 2020
Home / Mises Institute USA / The Battle in the War of Ideas

The Battle in the War of Ideas

Summary:
2020 is right around the corner, and it promises to be a brutal year of politics and crazed economic proposals. The candidates will promise the stars and the moon, all with your money. Several now openly label themselves socialists. They won’t talk about the Fed, or endless wars, or debt and entitlements. But they will ...

Topics:
Jeff Deist considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Nick Corbishley writes Hong Kong’s Real Estate – Housing, Office & Retail Properties – Face “Tsunami-Like Shocks”

Peak Prosperity writes The Coronavirus Is Swiftly Breaching Defenses Across The World

Tyler Durden writes Chinese Workers Refuse To Go Back To Work Despite Beijing’s Demands

Tyler Durden writes Pizza Hut’s Largest Franchisee Is On The Brink Of Bankruptcy

2020 is right around the corner, and it promises to be a brutal year of politics and crazed economic proposals. The candidates will promise the stars and the moon, all with your money. Several now openly label themselves socialists. They won’t talk about the Fed, or endless wars, or debt and entitlements. But they will suggest more taxes on your income and your wealth. And they will suggest more and more state control over the economy, and over you.

We can all fight back in the war of ideas, and we must. A century after Mises demolished the arguments for socialism, we still can’t rest. That’s why we need your support.

Thanksgiving and Christmas remind us of what we have — family, material sustenance, and hope for a better world. It’s a time for gratitude and reflection. We all inherited a society built by previous generations, one shaped by Mises’s prescription for real liberalism. The Mises Institute exists to promote his vision for civilization itself: property, sound money, markets, real economics, political liberty, and peace.

But we risk losing ground in 2020. That’s why we need your help to keep fighting the bad ideas of statism and pseudo-economics. Please take time today, if you haven’t already, to make a year-end donation.

Do you own stock, real estate, cryptocurrencies, precious metals, or other assets that have appreciated in value since you purchased them? Please consider donating such assets to the Institute. Tax rules generally allow you to deduct the current market value of your donation, and you won’t pay capital gains taxes to Uncle Sam or your state’s coffers! This is a great way to support the Institute and thwart the tax man at the same time!

We deeply appreciate your support. Our mission is funded entirely by people like you, not by government grants or billionaires or foundations with their own agenda.

If you haven’t had a chance to donate yet, please make your most generous contribution today. Go to mises.org/2019give, or you may give by mailing a check (payable to the Mises Institute) to: Mises Institute Matching, 518 West Magnolia Ave, Auburn, AL 36832. Or, you may always call us to donate at 1-800-OF-MISES. Our international friends should use 1-334-321-2100.

On behalf of everyone at the Mises Institute, Lew Rockwell and I want to thank you for your support. We wish you and your families good tidings, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and best wishes for health and prosperity in 2020.

Jeff Deist
Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute. For many years he was an advisor to Ron Paul and a tax attorney specializing in mergers and acquisitions for private equity clients.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *