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FREE PRIVATE CITIES – THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE

Imagine a system in which a private company, as a government service provider, offers you the protection of life, liberty, and property. This service includes internal and external security, a legal and regulatory framework and independent dispute resolution. For these services, you pay a contractually fixed fee per year. The state service provider as operator of the community can not unilaterally change this "citizens contract" with you later. As a "contract citizen", you have a legal claim to compliance and a claim for damages in the event of failures.

New FTN office branches in Switzerland and Liechtenstein

Freedom Today Network is pleased to announce the opening of FTN branches in Zurich, Switzerland & Vaduz, Liechtenstein

CEO Andreas Juergens: "It is a great pleasure for us to have branch offices in Switzerland and Liechtenstein, and we are very pleased that we were able to achieve some of our goals for 2019 already in February."

This year FTN is planning further branches in Belgium and Brazil.

Venezuela’s Latest Sham Election

Venezuela will hold another sham election on Sunday.

On Sunday, Venezuela will hold its latest sham election. This time to “elect” regional and municipal authorities, including 23 governors and 335 mayors. 

U.S. Inflation Keeps Rising, What Now?

Annual inflation in the U.S. situates at 6.2 percent, the highest yearly rate in a generation. What should the Fed do now?

Dear readers,

Back in February, we at Freedom Today Network published a piece about President Biden's stimulus program. 

An Economic Cure for Populism

Next month, I will be giving my first in-person lecture since the pandemic. At Maastricht University’s Law School, I will be talking about the interrelation of economic development and political stability. 

Dear readers,

Argentinian Government Proposes Price Controls

Controlling the price of over 1000 household consumer goods will inevitably result in shortages and black markets.

Dear readers,

A few days ago, the government of Argentina declared its plan to impose price controls on more than 1,000 household consumer goods, from dairy and frozen foods to school supplies and household items.

Lebanon: on the brink of collapse

Lebanon is on the verge of total collapse. A modernization of its political institutions cannot be postponed.

Dear readers,

As many of you know, my paternal family is of Lebanese origin. My grandparents, Antoniette and Georges Jraissati, were born in a town outside Beirut called Zahlé, of no more than 150,000 people.

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