I believe that the truly just society – and the one that serves all its members best – is the one that encourages and supports the creativity, imagination, and freedom of its entrepreneurs. You’ll find some important support for this thinking in topics I’ve been writing about lately.

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Entrepreneurship: The most important – and misunderstood – economic function for all businesses.

Entrepreneurship is not startups and shoot-for-the-moon risk taking. It's te new managerial method of the digital era.

100% economics, zero percent politics. It’s the way forward.

What has politics achieved? Dysfunction, debt, deficits, disrespect for America and its institutions, disdain for its politicians, and division between Americans. Let's focus on economics, the science of human thriving.

WSJ Has No Respect For Entrepreneurial Businesses, Even When Reporting Their Success.

Entrepreneurial businesses are creating jobs while big businesses are shedding them. The Wall Street Journal, and the financial sector it represents, can't stand this entrepreneurial success.

The True Story Of Capitalism.

The true story of capitalism combines the invention of the customer-serving corporation in America with the economic insights about entrepreneurial value creation of the Austrian school

No businesses are “small”. They’re all productive nodes in a tightly connected knowledge-building value-creating network.

It's disparaging - and revealing - on the part of government to refer to the backbone of the economy, the source of half of GDP and most of job creation and the petri dish of innovation as "small business".

Corporate Layoffs Occur At Firms That Don’t Prioritize Customer Value Creation.

The purpose of the firm must be examined to make sure it’s truly oriented to customer value, and management itself must be reimagined because it is too often not value creating, it’s value destroying.