Health Care is a Mess... But Why?: You probably know a couple who both work full time to support their children, but even with their dual incomes, they’re finding it more and more difficult to afford health insurance. Everyday incidents like sports injuries, asthma, and blood pressure, combined with their anxiety over rising premiums, are turning their American dream into sleepless nights. Why can’t people catch a break? It wasn’t always this way!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfLdzCt5Zc0

Libertarian Philosophy: What's Right About Social Justice - Learn Liberty: ibertarian Philosophy: Do free market advocates care about the plight of the poor? In this video, Professor Matt Zwolinski argues that both free market advocates and social justice proponents can agree that the rules of a just society should work for the maximum advantage of its poorest members. They differ, however, mainly on HOW to achieve the best results for the poor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lx6LTyMxyQQ

Social Justice and It's Critics : For many, the concept of social justice means equalizing wealth or opportunities for people. Many classical liberals and libertarians reject the idea of government-directed social justice. Some reject it because they think it is impractical or even immoral. Others reject it because they believe the idea is conceptually confused. Prof. Matt Zwolinski explains that the primary problem in the social justice concept is that free societies lack a central distributor to ensure wealth, jobs, opportunities, resources, or other goods are distributed "equally" or "fairly." Libertarians and classical liberals find that the only meaningful concept of social justice is one focused on the legal and economic rules of societies. Many think this focus is incompatible with the political left's concept of social justice. Stay tuned to the next LearnLiberty video by Prof. Zwolinski to find out why he disagrees.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYH3jNkg8G8

Construyamos la Democracia Digital | Justin Graside | TEDxColoniadelSacramento: La democracia representativa no nos representa. ¿Qué pasa si creamos una democracia digital?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-PG06_Ozlo

Carolina Gonzalez Rodriguez - Libertad Querida!: El caso de Argentina: cómo han perjudicado las "llamadas conquistas sociales".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4_G-1qz5AE

What is Social Justice? : Jonah Golberg nos invita a reflexionar qué tan justa es la justicia social, si aquel que la crítica es enemigo y el gobierno puede usar coerción para cumplirla.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtBvQj2k6xo

Who NOT to Vote For: Adam Carolla es un comediante estadounidense que explica con humor porqué no creer promesas de los candidatos y que cada uno debe pelear por su vida.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE6ica0t95Q

Gloria Álvarez: Parlamento Iberoamericano de la Juventud: Gloria Álvarez defiende volver a la República y desmantelar al Populismo a través de la tecnología.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkYEXS16dZA

Why the United States Isn't a True Democracy: El sistema electoral de Estados Unidos no es inclusivo.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9SSQZX8fUE

Juan Ramón Rallo - ¿Es la desigualdad injusta? : Juan Ramón Rallo nos explica el porqué la desigualdad no es un problema que pueda ser resuelto con la intervención del gobierno, ni de brindar privilegios a los más pobres o menos afortunados.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWmw34xDOSg

Igualdad = Alguien decide lo que debe recibir cada uno: En un breve segmento, Friedman explica claramente lo que sucede cuando el gobierno decide otorgar privilegios a sectores sociales distintos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATCqz9ae-eE






Tiranía de la minoría

La democracia, la justicia social, la búsqueda de la igualdad y los estados de bienestar.. generan más desigualdad, colectivismo y oprimen las libertades y derechos individuales.
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