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3D Printers vs. Patents

Written by Gary North on September 10, 2016

We know about 3D printing. It is in its primitive phase. Think about this technology 30 years from now. Of course, your guess will look silly in retrospect — primitive. People invent things. They apply for patents. Governments issue them. They grant a monopoly of manufacture for about 15 years. The inventor can license his […]

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The Best YouTube Ad, Ever!

Written by Gary North on January 16, 2016


I love ads. I write them. I teach a Ron Paul Curriculum course on how to write them: Business I. I teach kids for $50 what I used to charge business teams $5,000 per team to learn in a week, 9 am to 9 pm. Nothing I have ever seen matches this — nothing! A […]

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The Christian Businessman

Posted on November 28, 2015


Tom Rose For many decades, certain detractors have waged an incessant war against the concept of private enterprise. In schools, young people have been indoctrinated with the ideas that: (1) the principle of private property is tantamount to theft. (2) the employment of workers amounts to unfair exploitation of labor, and (3) business profits come […]

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Video: What “Free” TV Really Costs

Written by Gary North on October 31, 2015


TV viewing time is not free. It is expensive. I teach a course, “Introduction to Business,” for the Ron Paul Curriculum. One of the most important aspects of this course is to teach teenagers the power of reinvested profits in a personally owned home business. To teach this, I use a financial calculator posted on […]

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