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Ryan McMaken

Editor, Mises Wire and The Austrian

Tags Bureaucracy and RegulationEducationThe EnvironmentStrategyTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory

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Ryan McMaken (@ryanmcmaken) is a senior editor at the Mises Institute. Send him your article submissions for Mises Wire and The Austrian, but read article guidelines first. Ryan has degrees in economics and political science from the University of Colorado, and was the economist for the Colorado Division of Housing from 2009 to 2014. He is the author of Commie Cowboys: The Bourgeoisie and the Nation-State in the Western Genre.

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Money-Supply Growth Slows in February

Money Supply

Blog03/28/2019

In February, year-over-year growth in the money supply was at 3.1 percent. That was down from January's growth rate of 3.3 percent, but was up from February 2018's rate of 3.0 percent.

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One Reason the Modern Left Keeps Winning: They Think Long Term

03/28/2019Power & Market

A reason the left is good as what it does: it thinks big and thinks   long term. Conservatives and libertarians, meanwhile, like to give up   immediately if something seems like it might take a while, or if other   people don't embrace their ideas instantly.

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"Objective Journalism" Has Always Been a Myth

Media and CultureU.S. History

Blog03/28/2019

Objective reporting in journalism has always been based on a myth. Happily, the facade of objectivity is now breaking down.

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Climate Change Activist Admits: Being Green "Requires the End of Capitalism"

Blog03/22/2019

Anti-climate-change schemes will hit people in the developing world hardest. And when it comes to dealing with an uncertain future, poorer parts of the world are the places that will need fossil-fuel-powered technologies and capital most.

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The Fed Has Given Up: Get Ready for More QE

Blog03/21/2019

The Fed has given up on "normalizing" monetary policy, and it's going to keep on with its ultra-low-interest-rate policy which has led to growing inequality while also failing to drive much growth.

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