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The Money Supply Grew in November, but the Bigger Trend Is Way Down

Money Supply


Even with November's small rise, money supply growth is far below the unprecedented highs experienced during the past two years. This points to a weakening economy.

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The Federal Reserve Keeps Buying Mortgages


The Federal Reserve now owns $2.6 trillion in mortgages. That means about 24 percent of all outstanding residential mortgages in this whole big country reside in the central bank.

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Turkey's Economy Is in Big Trouble

World History


Turkey's President Erdoğan faces a series of crises as the lira collapses and the state's central bank steps in to clean up the mess.

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Taking Back Our Liberty in 2022

U.S. History

The history of these past two years is that the worst ideas have been adopted by force and anyone questioning those ideas has been suppressed by force.
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The First Economics Lesson

Political Theory


Economics is haunted by more fallacies than any other study known to man. This is no accident. 

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True Competition versus the Monopolist "Minimal State"


Suppose some people don't like the services furnished by a "minimal state." Don't these people have the right to establish their own services to compete with the minimal state?

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The Problem with "Left vs. Right"

World History


The original "leftists" wanted to abolish government regulation and controls. The rightists were the old control-freak authoritarians. But then the Jacobins hijacked the Left. 

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Time Is Running Out!


Twenty-twenty-one is zipping by. Help the Institute fight the latest wave of statism by making a donation before the year ends!

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