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NATO Plans to Rip Off Americans Even More as Sweden and Finland Set to Join

Big GovernmentU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy

1 hour agoMises Media
The Europeans are welcome to keep NATO going if they like. But the time has come for the United States to exit.
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Christianity and the Development of Human Capital: Challenging the Narratives

PhilosophyWorld History

05/26/2022Mises Media
While the standard secular narrative is that Christianity held back science and human development, history tells a different story, one of literacy and the development of human capital.
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McDonald's Closes All Stores in Russia as Woke Russophobes Rage

Global EconomyMedia and CultureWar and Foreign Policy

05/25/2022Mises Media
The presence of American companies in foreign nations was once seen as a sign of American superiority and an instrument of American cultural power. Not anymore.
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Inflation, War, and Oil: How Today's Crises Are Rehashing the 1970s

Global EconomyInflation

05/25/2022Mises Media
Persistently loose monetary policies always have negative growth and distributional effects that impair political stability. In extreme cases, there are civil wars and armed conflicts between countries.
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Say's Law and the Permanent Recession

Business CyclesMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought

05/25/2022Mises Daily Articles
Economic growth is not something that just happens. It requires saving. It requires investment and capital accumulation. And it requires the real market process.
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Massive State Economic Intervention Has Led to This Point

Price ControlsU.S. Economy

05/24/2022Mises Media
Everything from huge Keynesian "stimulus" policies to the war in Ukraine is dovetailing in a bout of stagflation: the simultaneous growth of inflation and unemployment.
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Utilitarian Free-Market Economics

Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPraxeology

05/24/2022Mises Daily Articles
Utilitarianism assumes that morality—the good—is purely subjective to each individual. It also assumes that these subjective desires can be added, subtracted, and weighed across the various individuals in society.
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Understanding Russia's War: The Strange Philosophy of Aleksandr Dugin

War and Foreign Policy

05/23/2022Mises Media
Trying to interpret the actions of Vladimir Putin or politics in Russia using Western narratives is likely to end in failure.
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Albert Jay Nock's Laws of Political Process

BiographiesMedia and CulturePhilosophy and Methodology

05/23/2022Mises Daily Articles
In Nock's view, the usurpation of social power by state power went hand in glove with a rise in war, intra-social conflict, arbitrary authority, indebtedness, and many other injustices.
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It Just Might Be Time to Listen to the Austrians

Global EconomyPrice Controls

05/22/2022Mises Media
The latest Keynesian money-printing and spending schemes are blowing up. It is time to hear what the Austrians have to say.
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