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Mises Weekends Interview with Peter St. Onge: Is Bitcoin Money?

BlogDecember 20, 2014

Jeff Deist and Peter St. Onge discuss money in the electronic age.

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How Presidential Politics in Florida Wag the Dog on Cuba

BlogDecember 19, 2014

How parochial ethno-nationalist concerns perpetuate the Cuban trade embargo ...

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Cuban-US Relations: A Step in the Right Direction

BlogDecember 19, 2014

The US Government takes baby steps toward normal relations with Cuba. This is a good thing. ...

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US Fedgov's Biggest Asset? Student Loans.

BlogDecember 19, 2014

Student loans may be a liability on the consumer balance sheet, but they constitute an asset for Uncle Sam. Just how big? It's 45.3 percent of the total federal assets, up from 37.2 percent at the end of 2012. This is about 7 times larger than the 6.4 percent for the Total Mortgages...

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If We Fix Racism, Will Government Be Fixed?

BlogDecember 18, 2014

The George Stinney case: racism can explain why the jury would want to convict a black person, but only a deplorable pro-government bias explains why they so easily convicted this particular black person. ...

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Michael Vick: True American Hero

BlogDecember 18, 2014

"What Michael did was the exception, not the rule. He didn't have to do this."...

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A New Libertarian Book to Push Aside The Communist Manifesto and Mao's Little Red Book

BlogDecember 18, 2014

There's a new mini-reivew of Hoppe's new book at Target Liberty....

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