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Bureaucracy and RegulationCapitalismEuropeWorld HistoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory
Although most of Europe has long forgotten Misesian thinking, Prince Michael of Liechtenstein is an exception.
The EnvironmentProgressivismSocialismWorld History
Progressives have distinguished themselves in the past half century by being against progress. That trend is unlikely to change.
Economic PolicyThe FedWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
The recent actions of the Federal Reserve are reminiscent of central bank activities in wartime.
Legal SystemWorld History
Even under chattel slavery, inequality was still pervasive. Carpenters, sugar boilers, blacksmiths, cabinetmakers, and rum distillers constituted an elite core of slaves.
Economic PolicyWorld HistoryMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought
Social democrats are so desperate to cast off limits on government that they'll embrace anything that justifies their ambitions. So they invent theories of money that are very, very wrong.
Big GovernmentBureaucracy and RegulationSocialismWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
The East German secret police, the Stasi, developed the art of mass surveillance using pre-digital methods. Modern tech now makes the job a lot easier.
DemocracyEuropeLiberalismWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
At a time when ethnic politics were tearing Europe apart, Ludwig von Mises believed that such ethnic devotion did more harm than good.
Media and CultureWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
Despite the rhetoric we hear from mainstream media organizations, its coverage of the Ukraine war borders on outright propaganda.
All the money printing has created a recovery where the United States has seen twenty-six consecutive months of negative real wage growth. We have not seen such a negative recovery for American workers in decades.
Economic PolicyInflationWorld History
Government statistics on inflation in the food sector have failed to account for skimpflation and shrinkflation.