Enter Stage Right Site of the Month
Time, it is said in the business world, is money. That may be the reason why many in the business community do not become activists. Putting food on the table is a more immediate concern than fighting the latest regulation or rule that the state cares to impose on them.
EnterpriseEconomy.com hopes to remedy that. A project of the Henry Hazlitt Foundation, the same folks behind such fine efforts as Free-Market.Net, Bureaucrash and ifeminists.com, EnterpriseEconomy.com is a clearing house for information "for people who care about the impact that politics and the state have on individuals and businesses but don't necessarily have time for conventional political activism or academic debates about political philosophy and economic theory." It does an impressive job living up to its mission statement.
Although membership is free, the resources of EnterpriseEconomy.com is available to all of its visitors. Along with a forum, news that's updated every business day and editorials by Charles Oliver (among other experts), the web site also offers links to and information from hundreds of news stories, op-ed pieces, organizations, books, magazines and everything else you'll need to research the business issues of the day.
The Henry Hazlitt Foundation should be congratulated for once again rolling
out a web site that's not only targeted to a specific group, but also
one that once again serves the interests and needs of that group. It will
be interesting to see what they have lined up for their next home run.
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