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Each week, Free To Choose Media Executive Editor and Cato Institute Senior Fellow, Johan Norberg, explains free-market principles in these short video clips.
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with Johan Norberg - Hans Rosling
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
People here, people there, people everywhere! The world population grows exponentially, and so does resource consumption. This will end in tears.
with Johan Norberg - Protectionism Kills Jobs
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
We need protectionism to stop foreign competitors, because they destroy our industries. Shouldn’t you be willing to pay a little bit more for the goods if it saves jobs? Dead Wrong
with Johan Norberg - Fake News About Fake News
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Fake news swung the U.S. election. We must stop it. Perhaps even limit free speech to combat it, as the Swedish minister of culture suggested.
with Johan Norberg - Why the Rust Belt Rusted
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
You elitists. You globalists. You have no sense of the human cost of your policies. Your free trade killed the American Rust Belt.
. The collapse of...
with Johan Norberg - Democratic Socialism
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Jeremy Corbyn of the British Labour party wants a new kind of Democratic Socialism, with majority decisions controlling local communities, services and workplaces. Isn’t that neat? People power and...
with Johan Norberg - Are Rare Earth Minerals Rare?
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
You can’t have free markets in strategic resources. As Paul Krugman warned us, free trade made us dependent on China for rare earth minerals, necessary in almost all high-tech gizmos, so it was a...
with Johan Norberg - Food Miles
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Trade is dependent on long-distance transportation, and transportation results in carbon dioxide emissions. Ok, it might be difficult to build this Apple locally, but couldn’t we at least buy these...
with Johan Norberg - The Gig Economy
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Once upon a time we had secure, unionized jobs and employers who cared about our job satisfaction. Now, more of us have to take whatever we can get in the Gig Economy, lonely, exploited, and...
with Johan Norberg - Naughty Science
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
And now for something completely different, pornography. Because of the internet it’s now available to everybody, all the time and that’s dangerous because porn promotes sexism and results in more...