Presidents’ Day

Why do we celebrate U.S. Presidents on Monday, February 15? Virtually all of them supported legal plunder, undermined free enterprise and increased the  federal government’s power over the American people.

Instead, we should celebrate Bill of Rights Day in December, Ludwig von Mises’s birthday in September, Murray Rothbard’s birthday in March, Henry Hazlitt’s birthday in November, and the birthdays of all the great defenders of free enterprise and individual liberty.

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