Salvation through Squandering?

Taxes and SpendingMoney and Banking

Blog6 hours ago

We are told that if further signs of recession develop the government must spend more to keep the boom whipped up. This is false.

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Leland Yeager, R.I.P.

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog8 hours ago

I am sorry to report that Leland Yeager passed away on April 23, at the venerable age of 93. 

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How a Free-Trade Zone Made America Great

Protectionism and Free Trade

Blog9 hours ago

The lack of trade barriers between US states offers lessons for US trade relations with other countries.

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Just War Theory and the US Attack on Syria

War and Foreign PolicyPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog04/24/2018

Acting to promote power political interests does not meet the criterion of humanitarianism, even if the missile attack is defended as a humanitarian gesture.

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Fear Global Warming? Markets Offer Our Best Chance for Survival

The EnvironmentGlobal Economy

Blog04/23/2018

Markets, wealth accumulation, and capitalist innovation offer the best tools for dealing with whatever climate changes the world may be facing.

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Was Mises a Neoliberal?

04/23/2018Power & Market

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What Free Trade Really Means

Global EconomyProtectionism and Free TradeU.S. History

Blog04/23/2018

America must reject the false dilemma of managed trade versus regulated trade — and choose free trade.

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Why Secession Is a Big Problem — For Politicians

Decentralization and Secession

Blog04/23/2018

If a precedent of secession were accepted, then the disintegration of the central government could potentially continue ad infinitum.

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