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Vanity Fair Says It's a Bubble!

BlogSeptember 4, 2015
With the tech industry awash in cash and 100 “unicorn” start-ups now valued at $1 billion or more, Silicon Valley can’t escape Nick Bilton reports.

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Who’s "Protected" by Tariffs?

BlogSeptember 3, 2015

[Chapter 11 of Economics in One Lesson.]

A mere recital of the economic policies of governments all over the world is calculated to cause any serious student of economics to throw up his hands in despair. What...

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Judge Napolitano on Immigration and Birthright Citizenship

BlogSeptember 3, 2015

In his column today at LewRockwell.com, Judge Napolitano frames the immigration issue in light of the the right to travel.

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The Weariness of Paul Krugman

BlogSeptember 3, 2015

Paul Krugman is world-weary. He's tired of being correct, tired of others being incorrect, and tired of the media for failing to make all of this known. He's especially tired of...

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Did You Hear the One . . .

BlogSeptember 2, 2015

about a Swedish guy who went into a bank to open a simple savings account and had his business refused?  Well here it is. 

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Blame the Federal Reserve, Not China, for Stock Market Crash

BlogSeptember 2, 2015

Following Monday’s historic stock market downturn, many politicians and so-called economic experts rushed to the microphones to explain why the market crashed and to propose "solutions” to our economic woes. Not surprisingly, most of those commenting not only failed to give the...

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Happy Birthday Hans!

BlogSeptember 2, 2015

Today is  Hans Hoppe's birthday

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Bloomberg: Time for a Cease-Fire in the War on Cash

BlogSeptember 1, 2015

Bloomberg today reports on the War on Cash, which we've covered rather extensively at mises.org. The author, Mark gilbert, concludes by calling for " a cease-fire in the cash war." Gilbert...

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Mt. McKinley Controversy Illustrates the Absurdity of the Centralized American State

BlogSeptember 1, 2015

The controversy over the name of a mountain in Alaska helps to illustrate just how absurd rule from DC can be, and exhibits for all to see the fundamental problem that arises when people think it is the business of a centralized government to decide even the tiniest local matters thousands of...

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