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The Collapse of America's Health Care Industry

Mark Thornton explains why Obamacare is simply one more step along the road to health care serfdom. Thornton is a...

Mises U 2012

Hayek and Friedman: Head to Head

This lecture by Roger Garrison was presented at the 2012 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama.

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Jay Taylor: Austrian Economics and the Next (Bigger) Crash

Jeff Deist and Jay Taylor discuss markets, business cycle theory, and the Fed's latest bubble.

Bridging the gap
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How Money Production Can Worsen Income Inequality

Money creation does not benefit equally. It creates a class of winners (those who get new money first) at the expense...

Daily article february 27 2015
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Senate Republicans Bungle Their Interrogation of Janet Yellen

Janet Yellen testified before Congress this week, but the Senate Republicans, who claim to be the guardians of monetary...

Daily article february 26 2015
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The Net Neutrality Scam

Politicians are telling us that we need the government to ensure "neutrality" in how broadband resources are...

Dollars
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What To Do While Waiting to End the Fed

The ideal reform is always the elimination of the Fed and other central banks. But given the fact that Austrians...

Skyscrapers
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Where is the Skyscraper Curse Today?

The world is teeming with skyscraper building from China to London, and a new record-setting skyscraper is planned for...

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Our Enemy The Fed

Glenn Jacobs explains why understanding the Federal Reserve System is one of the most important tasks facing Americans.