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PoliticsThe Police StateMoney and Banking
Why do governments keep pushing CBDCs when voters hate them? Simple: CBDCs are irresistible to governments, who would dearly love to monitor and control every dollar you spend and every word you speak.
Big GovernmentThe FedMoney and Banking
The government and its central bank act precisely as would a grand counterfeiter, with very similar social and economic effects.
InflationMonetary PolicyInterventionismMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Monetarists believe there is an optimum growth rate of money. However, a fiat money system itself is unstable, so there is no optimum growth rate.
Money and BanksThe Police StateMoney and Banking
Contrary to Krugman, DeSantis and others warning about a CBDC aren’t being paranoid: they are simply drawing the obvious conclusions from history.
The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking
If the dollar does lose its position as the global reserve currency, it will be catastrophic for the American economy.
The FedInflationMonetary PolicyMoney and Banking
Political money is unsound money, and while civilization cannot exist without sound money, it can do without predatory government.
Monetary PolicyMoney and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Money proper is not artifice. It is a physical "thing" of value, acquired through labor and emerging out of the needs of individuals, who through voluntary exchanges determine its value.
Booms and BustsMoney and BanksMoney and Banking
The story of the failure of Silicon Valley Bank is the story of nearly every bank failure. Fractional reserve banking invites the risky behavior that brings down the banking system.
The FDIC's takeover of Silicon Valley Bank should make us take a hard look at the damage the Federal Reserve has done. Will other banks face the same fate?
Money and BanksMoney and BankingValue and Exchange
Money is simple. The political program of monetary "policy" is not.