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Stagflation Cometh

Money and Banking

Blog5 hours ago

As the money supply has skyrocketed, money has flooded into stocks, bonds, single-family housing, and crypto. But this doesn't translate into general prosperity for the countless unemployed and underemployed who face rising prices. 

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Some Coloradoans Want to Break Off and Join Wyoming. They Should at Least Get to Vote On It.

Decentralization and Secession

Blog02/19/2021

A state's borders should change over time to reflect demographic and ideological realities. By denying this, political leaders are effectively saying that the rights of minority populations don't matter.

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Subzero Rates Are Coming to the US and the UK

Money and Banks

Blog02/17/2021

Negative rates are a huge transfer of the wealth of savers and real wages to the government and the indebted. A tax on caution. The destruction of the perception of risk that always benefits the most reckless.

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State-Mandated Vaccines Are a Moral Minefield

HealthPraxeology

Blog02/13/2021

Forcing one person to take medication or vaccines for the benefit of another person is directly opposed to basic notions of self-ownership and human rights. 

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Surviving Tech Purges: What We're Doing at the Mises Institute

StrategyHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog01/13/2021

We will never water down our message to satisfy censors or maintain a particular platform; instead we will work around them. 

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Socialists Claim Their System Is Morally Superior. They're Wrong.

CapitalismSocialismWorld History

Blog01/09/2021

Even granting the goals of “meeting people’s needs” and “selflessness” cherished by socialists, a property-based market economy is far superior at meeting those goals in modern civilization compared to a top-down, centrally controlled socialist system.

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Subjective Value Is Not the Same as Arbitrary Value

Value and Exchange

Blog01/05/2021

Why do individuals pay much higher prices for some goods versus other goods? The answer requires understanding the law of diminishing marginal utility. 

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Slavery: The "Broken Window" of American Economic History

Blog12/03/2020

The "New Historians" can identify the ostensible economic prowess of slavery, but they have ignored the many unseen costs imposed by slave economies.

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