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It Is Time to Put the Red Flag to Red-Flag Laws

ProgressivismThe Police State

08/15/2022Mises Media
Both progressives and conservatives are touting so-called red-flag laws as a means to prevent mass shootings. But many shootings already have occurred in states that have these laws.
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Inflation Takings Require Just Compensation: Slash Governments!

Economic PolicyThe FedInflationU.S. Economy

08/05/2022Mises Media
Forget Biden's claim that his government is "fighting inflation." His government is creating inflation, and in so doing robbing people of their savings and earnings.
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Is Nationalism a Good Thing? It Depends.

SocialismWorld HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

08/04/2022Mises Media
It’s impossible to simply declare nationalism itself to be good or bad. Its goodness or badness depends primarily on its effect on existing regimes and state institutions.
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Interest Rate Tightening Will Cause Even More Economic Destruction

Economic PolicyThe FedInflationMonetary Policy

07/27/2022Mises Media
Rather than contributing to a "soft landing," raising interest rates will continue to destroy wealth.
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If Government Can Take from One Group, It Can and Will Take from Everyone

Economic FreedomLibertarianismProperty Rights

07/27/2022Mises Media
While governments have been assaulting private property rights for many years, they now are ramping up the pressure. Nothing less than our civilization is at stake.
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Inflation Hits 9.1 Percent after Months of Empty Talk at the Fed

The FedInflationMoney and Banks

07/23/2022Mises Media
June was the fifteenth month in a row during which price inflation outpaced earnings growth. June's gap is also among the biggest we've seen in decades.
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Intercambio dentro de la sociedad

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsValue and Exchange

07/20/2022Mises Daily Articles
El hombre da a otros hombres para recibir de ellos. Surge la mutualidad. El hombre sirve para ser servido.
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Is the Constitution a Centralizing or Decentralizing Document?

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionEducationU.S. HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

07/18/2022Mises Media
People often speak of the Constitution with reverence, as though it were infallible. However, the Constitution was a centralizing document that cast aside the decentralization of the Articles of Confederation.
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Independence for Chagossians? Time to End Colonialist Policies

AntipoliticsDecentralization and SecessionDemocracyWar and Foreign Policy

07/01/2022Mises Media
The Mauritius government still denies Chagossians independence, continuing colonial policies.
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In Defense of Defaulting on the National Debt

Big GovernmentThe FedGlobal EconomyTaxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy

06/29/2022Mises Media
Conventional wisdom says a country should manage its debts, but what if debt has become uncontrollable?
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