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Why Europe's Highly Regulated Power Market Is So Bad for Growth

Global Economy

Blog07/12/2021

In Europe, there is no competitive market for electrical power. And since power is an important factor of production, it also means the overall marketplace is wasteful, inefficient, and sluggish. 

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If the US Wants to Beat China, Why Is It Copying China's Socialism?

Global Economy

Blog07/12/2021

If the US wants to strengthen its economic and geostrategic position versus China, it needs to apply the same free market principles that made it prosperous and powerful in the first place. 

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The Global Minimum Corporate Tax Exposes the G7's Hypocrisy

Global Economy

Blog07/03/2021

The G7's quest for a global minimum corporate tax has highlighted just how much the global elites can't stand what they see as private "monopolies," but also want more monopoly power for themselves. 

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The Real Trickle-Down Effect: Making "Luxuries" Affordable to Regular People

Global Economy

Blog06/24/2021

The "trickle down" effect is real in how capitalists are motivated to expand affordability of their products and services. Mobile phones and air travel were once just luxuries enjoyed by a select few, but are now widely affordable. 

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The G7's Reckless Commitment To Mounting Debt

Global Economy

Blog06/14/2021

The global minimum tax rate will not hurt G7 members or large technology giants, but it will devastate small and dynamic countries that need to attract capital and investment and who cannot afford to have the tax rate of global leading nations.

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Biden’s Budget Plan: Weaker Growth and Fewer Jobs

Global Economy

Blog06/09/2021

When you copy the European Union, you also should know you will get European Union–style lack of growth and job creation.

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These European Countries Beat Poverty and Increased Wealth with Low Taxes and Low Regulation

Global Economy

Blog05/14/2021

Social democrats love to denounce low-tax, probusiness regimes as "neoliberal" and as places with more poverty. But the reality is that parts of Europe that embraced markets most reduced poverty while making their citizens richer. 

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A Jobless Recovery Is Coming to Europe

Global Economy

Blog04/21/2021

The destruction of the free market, competition, and innovation may seem appealing to some now, but the likely outcome of poor employment, negative real wage growth, and stagnation should be a real cause of concern.

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The Biggest Threat to US Hegemony: China, Russia, or Debt?

Global Economy

Blog04/17/2021

China and Russia are trying to build a Eurasion bloc that can break free of any American spheres of influence. The American regime obviously opposes this, but money printing and debt limits the American options.

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If the Nordic Countries Are Socialist, So Are These Less Impressive Countries

Global Economy

Blog04/14/2021

Have you ever noticed that it's only the wealthy Nordic countries that are singled out as being "socialist"? Places like Greece and Italy, which are more socialistic than Scandinavia, never seem to warrant a mention on this topic. 

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