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144 Million Americans Now Live in States with Legal Recreational Marijuana

Anti-PoliticsLawProperty Rights

3 hours agoMises Media
Were these cannabis-legal states to combine to form their own country, it would be the tenth-largest country in the world.
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The Meaning and History of Liberty: An In-Print Bibliography

3 hours agoMises Daily Articles
You can only read so many books in a lifetime. How tragic it would be if among these the subject of liberty itself were neglected?
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In Defense of Defaulting on the National Debt

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

9 hours agoMises Media
Conventional wisdom says a country should manage its debts, but what if debt has become uncontrollable?
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How Money Printing Destroyed Argentina and Can Destroy Others

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

06/28/2022Mises Media
Inflation in Argentina is far worse than neighboring countries. It has only one cause: an extractive and confiscatory monetary policy—printing pesos without control and without demand.
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Jamaica's Experience Shows That Even Draconian Gun Control Will Not Stop Gun Violence

LawProperty RightsThe Police StateWar and Foreign Policy

06/28/2022Mises Media
In the wake of mass shootings, progressives claim that draconian gun laws will stop these tragic events. However, the gun control record in places like Jamaica provides contrary evidence.
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Lo que la sobrecarga de información puede enseñarnos

06/28/2022Mises Daily Articles
Gary Galles explica que es una virtud del mercado que los expertos genuinos lleguen a la cima y una marca de la política que los pseudoexpertos gobiernen aquello de lo que no saben nada.
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What Information Overload Can Teach Us

06/28/2022Mises Daily Articles
Gary Galles explains that it is the virtue of the market that genuine experts rise to the top and a mark of politics that pseudoexperts rule what they know nothing about.
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The Fed Is Winging It: A 75 Basis Point Hike "Seemed like the Right Thing"

Anti-PoliticsEconomic PolicyThe FedU.S. Economy

06/27/2022Mises Media
When asked to quantify how a 75-point hike is better than a 50-point one, Powell had no answer. And will it work? Powell could only say "we'll know when we get there."
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Lord Keynes and Say's Law

Free MarketsOther Schools of Thought

06/27/2022Mises Daily Articles
Although they never actually accomplished it, one of the worst things the Keynesians did was convince some people that they had refuted Say's law of markets.
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