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COVID-19: The "Experts" Have No Crystal Ball

Media and CultureCalculation and KnowledgePhilosophy and Methodology

Blog03/25/2020

The 2016 election was an important reminder that most experts were totally wrong in their predictions of what would happen. Now the experts are claiming that freedom and markets must be abandoned based on new guesses about the future.

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The Costs Are Mounting in this Government-Imposed Economic Collapse

HealthMedia and CultureU.S. History

Blog03/24/2020

The costs of this government-forced economic collapse—in terms of lost lives and ruined health—are likely to be devastating.

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Mexico's Leftist Leader Is Turning Out To Be a Disaster

Media and Culture

The last sixteen months of López Obrador's administration have been a show of incompetence, yet people continue to cling to the idea that the key to solving Mexico's problems is getting the "right people" in office.

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The Oakland Raiders Spike the Ball on Nevada Taxpayers

Cronyism and CorporatismMedia and Culture

Blog03/07/2020

The departed Al Davis, who owned the Oakland Raiders, was famous for saying, “Just win, baby.” But now the team's philosophy is this: “Just raid the taxpayers, baby.”

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The Myth of National Guilt

Media and CultureU.S. HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog03/06/2020

If we insist on "collective" responsibility assigned to entire nations, then we must naturally punish the innocent along with the guilty.

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Mises: To Adopt Keynesian Terminology Is to Legitimize It

InflationLabor and WagesMedia and Culture

Blog02/29/2020

Ludwig von Mises discusses inflation, labor unions, and issues of the adoption of improper terminology and widespread public misinformation at the Mont Pèlerin Society meeting at Princeton, New Jersey, on September 11, 1958.

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American Socialism Isn't Marxism—but It's Still a Problem

ProgressivismMedia and CultureSocialism

Blog02/29/2020

To effectively counter this brand of American socialism, it is important to properly identify the problem, and to attack with precision.

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Henry Hazlitt on Longines Chronoscope

Media and Culture

Blog02/26/2020

Henry Hazlitt cohosted the CBS series Longines Chronoscope from June 16, 1952. The series ran from 1951–55 and featured notable people of the time.

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The Entrepreneurial Advantages of Building Human Capital While Young

The EntrepreneurMedia and Culture

Blog02/26/2020

Everything you learned from family dinner conversations and your culture served to build your human capital. Across the globe, the people of various regions cultivate certain skills that enable individuals to consider entrepreneurship as a viable choice of work.

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When It Comes to Raw Power, Few Have More of It Than Central Bankers

Media and CultureSocialismValue and Exchange

Blog02/22/2020

Anticapitalists often complain that people with more money exercise power over people with less money. Yet these same people seem oddly untroubled by the fact that central bankers can manipulate the money supply at any time to enrich themselves at everyone else's expense.

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