economic freedom and democracy

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Freedom at stake in the Stans

Revolt in Kazakhstan threatens Russia and could spill over the border.

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Rule of law, limited government key to economic freedom in the U.S. and around the world

Since 2000, the U.S. has seen the size of government grow and trade freedom diminish.

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If Americans have learned anything from their well-intentioned, costly efforts in the unforgiving lands of Iraq and Afghanistan, it’s that democratic elections do not ensure freedom. Nor do democratic elections necessarily promote stability.

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In this light, the response of Grand Chief Matthew Coon Come of the Assembly of First Nations to the proposed changes to the Indian Act is immensely disappointing. He calls the bill a “racist document” and an attempt “to entrench Euro-Canadian models, principles and standards on our people.”