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AntipoliticsBig GovernmentCronyism and CorporatismStrategy
While Elon Musk says he will bring free speech back to Twitter, the forces of statism will not be still. The jury is out on how successful Musk's experiment will be.
The FedBusiness CyclesInterventionism
As the economy moves into recession, government and Fed officials will increase intervention. If they want an economic recovery, the best course is to permit free markets to work.
Monetary PolicyGold StandardMonetary Theory
The Gold Standard Restoration Act seeks to once again tie the US dollar to gold.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic FreedomThe Environment
Florida's government promotes a "shared adversity" plan in which individuals and organizations have distant environmental problems imposed upon them.
Progressives claim that while they might acknowledge the presence of scarcity, nonetheless, we can reject a "scarcity mindset" because governments can order an end to scarcity through fiat.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEducation
Even while Americans deal with skyrocketing higher education costs, few would challenge the worth of college and fewer still question the campus culture. Yet, that is precisely where the problems lie, even if people don't recognize it.
Cronyism and CorporatismTaxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy
Ukraine not only is famous for its current war with Russia, but also for being one of the most corrupt states in Europe. Cutting taxes may reduce the underground economy.
Central banks claim that their main purposes are to help an economy maintain high rates of employment and price stability. Ironically, they claim to do this through inflation targets.