The Danger of "Public" Education

Big GovernmentEducation

Blog3 hours ago
The key issue in the entire discussion is simply this: shall the parent or the State be the overseer of the child?

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Yes, the Fed Really Is Holding Down Interest Rates

The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog5 hours ago
The empirical evidence is clear: the Fed is pursuing an expansionist monetary policy — and the economic benefits have been disappointing at best.

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Will the Work Day Shrink to Four Hours?

Labor and WagesValue and Exchange

Blog6 hours ago
How many hours a job requires depends on the nature of the work. In other words, work is highly heterogeneous.

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The American Bar Association Stifles Legal Education

EducationLegal System

Blog14 hours ago
Ending the ABA's expensive accreditation authority would be a first step to making quality representation available to poor and rich alike.

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Edward Stringham on Radically Rethinking Police

Legal SystemStrategyThe Police State

06/24/2017Audio/Video
Ed Stringham and Jeff Deist discuss why the US criminal justice system is broken, and how private security firms could create vastly better outcomes.

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Draghi Doesn’t See "Bubbles" — Let Me Show You Some

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

06/24/2017FedWatch
Mario Draghi has many warnings for us about the next crisis, but he fails to note that the artificial creation of money is always behind those crises.

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Week in Review: June 24, 2017

Labor and WagesLegal SystemMedia and CultureMoney and BanksTaxes and SpendingBusiness Cycles

Blog06/23/2017
While the Federal Reserve is desperate to depict an optimistic vision for the global economy, their fellow central bankers aren't buying it.

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The ECB Blames Inflation on Everything but Itself

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

06/23/2017FedWatch
The ECB prefers to do what all central banks did just before the 2009 great recession: blame inflation on rising food and energy prices.

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