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The FedFinancial MarketsMonetary PolicyMoney and BanksU.S. Economy
Federal authorities want us to believe that by bailing out Silicon Valley Bank, they have prevented a financial crisis. Instead, we will have a crisis with bailouts.
InflationMonetary PolicyMoney and BanksWorld History
Central banks usually don't admit their guilt in the destruction of money, but the Bank of England unwittingly comes clean.
Booms and BustsThe FedMonetary PolicyMoney and BanksU.S. Economy
As the Fed "fights inflation" by increasing interest rates, its actions will not produce the hoped-for "soft landing," but rather the hard bust.
The FedInflationKeynesMonetary Policy
Get beyond the PhDs running the Federal Reserve or the way people treat the Fed with deference. In the end, it is nothing but a legal counterfeiting ring.
Booms and BustsMonetary PolicyU.S. EconomyBusiness Cycles
While the Biden White House claims we are on a steady course of prosperity, the more realistic future is that of a global recession.
Cronyism and CorporatismMonetary PolicyWar and Foreign Policy
As the Biden administration continues to inflate the dollar, other nations are questioning the existence of the petrodollar.
KeynesMonetary PolicyBusiness CyclesMonetary Theory
At the heart of Keynesian business cycle theory is the so-called liquidity trap. Contra Keynes, however, economies don't falter because a sudden increase in the demand for money.
Bureaucracy and RegulationMonetary PolicyMoney and BanksProtectionism and Free Trade
The US government's push for digital money does not aim to make transactions easier. Rather, it seeks the power to control money and the people that use it.
Monetary PolicyInterventionismMonetary Theory
The proposed central bank digital currencies are not a new and convenient high-tech form of money. Instead, they are yet another power grab by government authorities, continuing the shameful history of government corruption of money.
Cronyism and CorporatismMonetary PolicyProtectionism and Free Trade
Two nations famous for hyperinflation now look to create a common currency. Unless that currency is gold, this is a bad idea.