This blog was created to provide an alternative perspective on current events dealing with liberty, economics and politics. Though I do not profess to express an unbiased opinion – after all who can claim to be truly objective? – my aim is to present to you an uncensored and unapologetic, well-informed view backed up with facts.
So who brings you this kind of perspective? My name is Mart and I am an International Business (B.B.A.) graduate from The Netherlands. During my studies I lived abroad in Denmark, South Korea, Spain and the United States. Though I am no longer a student in name, I study a lot in my spare time, mostly in an effort to unlearn much of what I was taught in the public school system. This has lead me to become an advocate for voluntaryism, the right to self-determination and civil liberties, and the Austrian School of Economics.
If you are interested in learning more about the topics I write about, and especially if you’re one of those INTJ-type people like myself, check out the Recommended Readings section for some books that might be of interest to you. As Mark Twain said: never let schooling interfere with your education!
The Raw Report
Unconventional. Uncensored. Unapologetic.
Over the past few years Greece has probably made the news more than ever before. Whether it be protesters in the streets, election results, or the announcement of some new government policy, whatever happens in Greece seems to be written about in all corners of the world. Just recently the fierce rhetoric of a relatively […]
Posted: February 23, 2015, 5:10 pm
For more than three decades Chile has had a dual healthcare system consisting of both state-run and private health services, which has provided more Chileans with greater choice and better access to such services. Initially funded by way of a 4 percent tax on income, by the late nineties the public Fondo Nacional de Salud […]
Posted: February 16, 2015, 5:25 pm
Perhaps one would not know it for some of the articles that have appeared on this website, but libertarians have plenty of reason to be optimistic about Chile. The country’s economy consistently ranks as by far the freest in Latin America, reaching tenth place in the world in the most recent ranking. Free market type […]
Posted: February 9, 2015, 5:00 pm
As she was sworn in for her second term last week Dilma Rousseff publicly stated government spending would have to be cut. Yes, you read that right; the leader of the Workers’ Party just said her own administration is spending too much taxpayer money. It might be a day late and a few billion dollars […]
Posted: February 2, 2015, 5:00 pm
According to Transparency International´s Corruption Perceptions Index Chile ranks as one of the least corrupt countries in the world, ahead of the likes of Austria and France and similar to the United States and Ireland. The World Bank’s governance indicators suggest corruption in 2013 was under better control in Chile than in the U.S. and […]
Posted: January 26, 2015, 5:00 pm
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