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Rothbard Lectures on American History: Lost and Found

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog09/17/2019

While searching through my apartment after a tragic fire, under soot and ash, I found these “lost” Rothbard lectures, recorded at NYU in 1979 and 1980. They miraculously survived and are heard now for the first time in four decades.

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The UN's Climate Change Agenda is So Extreme Its Own Analysts Can't Defend It

Big GovernmentThe EnvironmentGlobal Economy

Blog4 hours ago

This should be shocking to naïve citizens and those who assumed that “the science” must all support the UN’s temperature goals.

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Fear of Persecution is Not an Excuse for Christian Statism

Blog09/17/2019

Libertarian Christians should be aware that they are not compromising their beliefs or somehow acting in a way divorced from Christian history and orthodoxy when they do not join illiberal Christians in their quest for power and control over non-believers.

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Why the Government Can't Measure Income, Happiness, or Well-Being

Blog09/17/2019

When a parent leaves the work force to focus on parenting, this shows up in government stats as lower employment and less consumer spending — suggesting a less productive economy. But that's not what's going on at all.

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Per Bylund: Big Data versus Big Ideas

The EntrepreneurStrategyEntrepreneurship

09/17/2019Audio/Video
Per Bylund explains what Big Data can and can’t do for entrepreneurs and innovation teams.
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Walmart's Healthcare Experiment Has Begun, It May Be A Game Changer

Free MarketsHealthU.S. Economy

Blog09/17/2019

Here we see two rival strategies to marketing healthcare services. The status quo is based on insurance payments and price secrecy. Walmart's strategy is based on price competition. 

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The History of Sin

Media and CultureU.S. History

09/16/2019Mises Wire
The Puritan impulse for social reform produced social control that has been secularized, centralized, and has achieved a kind of permanence within government bureaucracy.
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More Money Pumping Won't Make Us Richer

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog09/16/2019

Neither loose monetary policy, nor big-spending fiscal policy can grow an economy. All that these policies can do is to redistribute a given pool of real savings from wealth generators toward non-wealth generating activities.

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The Nationalist Case for Free Trade, in the Words of Classical Economists

Protectionism and Free Trade

Blog09/16/2019

The classical economists were also nationalists, and they viewed free trade as one of the most important means for advancing the security, prosperity, and cultural achievements of their own nations.

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Why Government Plans for Fixing Recessions Ultimately Fail

Business CyclesOther Schools of Thought

09/14/2019Mises Daily Articles
The fundamental error of the interventionists is that they ignore the shortage of capital goods.
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