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Krugman and the "Heroic" Fed

The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog10/18/2017
If Krugman had his way, government agencies would have unlimited powers to control the economy, since government agents know better than everyone else.
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Keynes: A Master of Confused and Confusing Prose

World HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought

Blog09/13/2017
A careful reading of Keynes's 'General Theory' suggests its unintelligible prose may be an effort to appear erudite while saying little of value.
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Korea and Venezuela: Flip Sides of the Same Coin

War and Foreign Policy

Blog08/15/2017
Trump's suggested invasion of Venezuela illustrates why other regimes are looking for ways to obtain nuclear weapons.
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Klaas Knot on ECB Tapering: "We'll See."

The FedMoney and Banks

03/30/2017Mises Wire
As the Fed continues to hike rates, the ECB must soon follow the course of cutting back on "easing" policy.
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Kirzner Reviews Rothbard

Capital and Interest TheoryHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPricesValue and Exchange

Blog03/30/2017
Kirzner’s thoughtful and polite approach to scholarship is a model for how younger Austrians can approach scholarly debate.
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Kevin Gutzman: Thomas Jefferson—Revolutionary

BiographiesDecentralization and SecessionU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

02/24/2017Audio/Video
Dr. Gutzman discusses some of the overlooked ways Thomas Jefferson shaped America, and how Jefferson's radical views are often underplayed by many academics today.
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Keep the Federal Courts Out of the Electoral College

Decentralization and SecessionU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog12/09/2016

There is no such thing as a "national election" in the United States. The feds should have no say in how electoral votes are assigned.

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