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Jeff Deist

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Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute. He previously worked as chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul, and as an attorney for private equity clients. Contact: email; twitter.

Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute, where he serves as a writer, a public speaker, and a dedicated activist for free markets and a more libertarian society. He previously worked as a longtime advisor and chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul, for whom he wrote hundreds of articles and speeches. In his years with Dr. Paul he worked with countless grassroots activists and organizations dedicated to reducing the size and scope of government.

Jeff also spent many years as a tax attorney advising private equity clients on mergers & acquisitions. 

All Works

Human Action Beats Stats in the Super Bowl

Media and CulturePraxeology

Blog02/06/2017
We study probability and statistics for the same reason we study economics: we want to make sense of the world.

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Allen Mendenhall: Trump's Supreme Court

Legal SystemPolitical Theory

02/03/2017Audio/Video
Trump has announced his nominee for the Supreme Court. Allen Mendenhall explains from a libertarian perspective.

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Trump Goes to Washington

Big GovernmentStrategyU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy

01/27/2017Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Tom Woods discuss everything happening with Donald Trump in Washington, DC, especially the Left-Progressive reaction to it.

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John Tamny: Trump's Economics

The FedGlobal EconomyU.S. Economy

01/20/2017Audio/Video
John Tamny and Jeff Deist discuss President Trump's economics.

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What Trump Could Do

The FedWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory

Blog01/20/2017
Today Donald Trump becomes president of the United States. Voters rejected the devil they know so well — Hillary Clinton — for the devil they don’t.

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