ESPN and the Bursting of the Sports Bubble

Media and CultureMonopoly and Competition

Blog55 min ago
ESPN is losing 10,000 customers per day, and this means big trouble for all of the sports entities that depend upon the big payouts that ESPN provides.

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Can Libertarians Have Communal Property?

Political Theory

Blog9 hours ago
A society that is totally privatized can include community-owned property and common amenities. All that is necessary is that everything is voluntary.

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The Death Cult of Collectivism

Political Theory

Blog13 hours ago
All collectivist doctrines are harbingers of irreconcilable hatred and war to the death.

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Is the Sky Falling?

U.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryMoney and Banking

Blog05/22/2017
We believe in liberty, not fate. The sky falls only if we let it.

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"Priming the Pump" Won't Create Real Wealth

Capital and Interest Theory

Blog05/22/2017
Many economists believe the economy can be "jump-started" with some monetary and fiscal stimulus. Unfortunately, this only creates bubbles.

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The Drug War: Will the Trump Administration OD on Authoritarianism?

Big GovernmentLegal System

Blog05/22/2017
Jeff Sessions has a history of fanatical devotion to the drug war, but his stance is at odds with the reality of the drug war’s failure.

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How Economists Destroyed Pre-World War II Germany

Money and BanksWorld HistoryMonetary Theory

Blog05/22/2017
Monetary history proves that no nation can afford to treat economic theory with contempt.

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3 Ways the Critics Get Praxeology Wrong

Austrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog05/21/2017
Many critics of Mises are attacking a caricature of what Mises called praxeology — which is simply logic applied to human choice, or action.

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