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Lorenz Kraus

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Lorenz Kraus is a 2009 MBA graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is founder of the Tax Free City Project: Kisscoin.us. Kisscoin is a land ticket collectible used to start and fund the city. Kisscoin redeems for tax free land in the tax free city.

The Fantasy of Wealth Redistribution

Mises DailyNovember 12, 2010
By their nature, capital goods cannot be redistributed among the people in any sense that results in equality and wealth. The redistribution of wealth, if taken seriously, necessarily means the complete and utter destruction of wealth.

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How profitable is big oil?

BlogMay 6, 2008

In the context of the recent spike in oil prices, this clip from Glenn Beck show might be of interest to some. Particularly noteworthy is the fact that the oil industry has been facing a thirty years [sic] moratorium on exploring new fields within the United States. According to the president of...

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Last Knight Live Blog: Final Entry - Kraus

BlogFebruary 8, 2008
This is the last post of a quite long journey across the content of the book. I have decided to stop here, i.e. omit the discussion of the last two chapters, Fragmentation of the Movement and Last Years, not because they are uninteresting, in a number respects they certainly are,...

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Last Knight Live Blog 28 - Kraus

BlogFebruary 7, 2008
In this entry I am going to comment on some aspects in one of Mises's book-length monograph, Theory and History, on epistemology/methodology of social science as a whole, not just economics narrowly conceived. Last Knight's chapter 21 deals comprehensively with a number of issues...

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Last Knight Live Blog 27 - Kraus

BlogFebruary 1, 2008
The revival of Austrian economics and the spread of its distinctively consistent and uncompromising libertarian message would have been inconceivable in absence of Mises's magnum opus Human Action: A Treatise on Economics. Chapter 20, Human Action and Its Consequences, is about...

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