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Recent News

Peru celebrates its 193rd Independence Day

One-hundred and ninety-three years ago today in the city of Huacho, Peru declared its independence from the Spanish Empire with José de San Martín’s declaration: “let us be free, the rest matters not.” Today, that dream lives on as Peru continues to be a model market in Latin America, achieving monumental growth and prosperity. [Continue Reading...]

Say goodbye to Australia’s carbon tax

On July 17, the Australian Senate voted to repeal the country’s carbon tax. Sinclair Davidson, Senior Fellow for Australia’s Institute of Public Affairs writes about how the carbon tax lacked democratic legitimacy, hurt the Australian economy, and did nothing to address global warming.  [Continue Reading...]

What if Yellen is wrong?

The chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, recently delivered her semi-annual monetary policy report to Congress. In a recent op-ed in The New York Sun, Atlas Network senior fellow and co-director of the Sound Money Project, Dr. Judy Shelton, comments on whether current monetary policy is stimulating real growth or setting the stage for another financial meltdown.  [Continue Reading...]

Airport sale not true privatization, says Spanish think tank

In a move to reduce out of control deficits in Spain, government leaders have announced the auction of state-owned AENA Aeropuertos, the world’s largest airport management firm. But Spanish think tank Instituto Juan de Mariana says this isn’t a case of true privatization.  [Continue Reading...]

Becket Fund’s new powerhouse standing

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty earned a write-up in The Washington Post as a “powerhouse” legal firm weeks after its victory in the Hobby Lobby case. The article explains Becket’s commitment to defending “all denominations, from ‘A to Z, from Anglicans to Zoroastrians.’”  [Continue Reading...]