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Freedom and Sound Money: Two Sides of a Coin

U.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog05/16/2022

It is impossible to grasp the idea of sound money without realizing that it was devised to protect civil liberties against state despotism.

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Why the Warmongers Are Wrong about China

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

By what yardstick would we threaten war for the independence of Taiwan but continue to tolerate 60 years of totalitarian repression in Cuba, 90 miles away?

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How Russia Uses Immigration and Naturalization to Grow State Power

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog04/14/2022

Moscow has used naturalization and immigration to effect demographic change and encourage conflict between ethnic groups in neighboring states. It has proven to be an effective foreign policy tool.

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No, Hitler Was Not a Closet Capitalist

SocialismWorld History

Blog04/11/2022

Despite the Left's denials that Hitler was a socialist, a careful reading of his writings and speeches tells a different story. His sympathies lay with the workers, not the bourgeoisie.

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Why It's Looking More like the 1970s than the 1950s.

U.S. EconomyWorld History

Blog04/04/2022

It is theoretically possible that through huge gains in productivity, the US could escape inflation and stave off a recession. But don’t count on it.

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What Causes Exceptionally Low Inflation in Japan and Switzerland?

World History

Do the low inflation rates mean that the purchasing power of Japanese and Swiss citizens has increased relative to other countries over time? The answer seems to be no.

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The State: It’s Oligarchs All the Way Down

World History

Blog04/02/2022

Lenin called World War I a war among the capitalists of Europe. He was wrong. It was a war among oligarchs, statists who extract wealth from legitimate economic activity at the barrel of a gun.

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If Ukraine Joins the EU, It Will Be the Poorest Member by Far

World History

Blog03/31/2022

Ukraine should have been a middle-income country by now. Instead, it is one of the poorest in Europe. If Ukraine joined the EU, it would be the poorest country and well below even Bulgaria.

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Hitler's Views on Private Property and Nationalization

World History

Blog02/24/2022

A myth endures that Hitler supported private property and that a Nazi-capitalist alliance existed. In reality, the "capitalism" that existed under National Socialism had nothing to do with private property.

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Here in Canada, the Regime Considers a Peaceful Protest a "National Emergency"

World History

Blog02/17/2022

Justin Trudeau wants to crush the peaceful trucker protest. So he's invoking the Emergencies Act so the regime can pretty much do whatever it wants.

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