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The US Supreme Court Is Right to Rule In Favor of Tribal Sovereignty

Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History

Blog05/28/2019

In two recent cases, Neil Gorsuch joined the "liberal" wing of the Court to side with Indian tribes in enhancing tribal sovereignty. This is a good thing for limiting and decentralizing government power.

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The Risk of Trump's Trade War Is More Than Just Higher Prices

Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog05/28/2019

It is the lethal combination of tariffs and the end of the expansionary phase of the credit cycle which should concern us.

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The Neo-Marxist Roots of Modern Monetary Theory

Blog05/27/2019

The thesis that “deficits don’t matter” does not begin with the English economist John Maynard Keynes, but with the much-less-known Polish economist Michal Kalecki.

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Mainstream Media's War on Julian Assange

Big GovernmentMedia and CultureWorld History

05/24/2019Audio/Video
The Bill of Rights doesn't mention that freedom of speech is restricted to a special class of establishment journalists. Freedom of speech is a universal property right, regardless of what the establishment-media gatekeepers say.
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Scott Horton Discusses Who’s to Blame in Venezuela, and Explains the Carnage in the Middle East

05/24/2019Audio/Video
Scott Horton returns to the podcast to share his wealth of knowledge on a variety of topics—including his unhappiness with Bob's recent episode on Ilhan Omar.
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Why Single-Payer Healthcare Is So Bad

HealthTaxes and Spending

05/24/2019Audio/Video
Compared to other types of universal healthcare systems, what we call "single-payer" healthcare is possibly the worst of all.
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End Federal Control of Tribal Lands

05/22/2019Power & Market

Granting greater sovereignty to Indian reservations could have benefits for Americans both inside and outside the reservation borders.

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Money Supply Growth Inches up From March's 12-Year Low

Money Supply

Blog05/22/2019

In April, year-over-year growth in the money supply was at 1.99 percent. That was up slightly from March's growth rate of 1.92 percent, but was well down from April 2018's rate of 4.32 percent.

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