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Monetary PolicyTaxes and SpendingCapital and Interest Theory
Savings are the foundation for a productive and advanced economy. Unfortunately, governments insist on policies that make it harder for ordinary people to save.
Financial MarketsGlobal Economy
The United States currency has only really weakened relative to the yen and the euro, but that depends on optimistic expectations of a European and Japanese economic recovery.
The FedMonetary PolicyU.S. History
The Fed has abandoned its own rules on "price stability" in order to favor what are essentially higher inflation targets. The Fed is now headed down a road it traveled in the 1970s.
InflationThe FedMonetary Policy
A zero interest rate policy, unlimited asset buying, Wall Street bailouts, etc. This is a never-ending monetary accommodation that leaves you asking: What else will the Fed do after inflation averaging?
Extraordinary measures require extraordinary evidence. Have the advocates for lockdowns made their case? The data suggests they have not.
Thomas Sowell concluded that “A vastly expanded welfare state in the 1960s destroyed the black family, which had survived centuries of slavery and generations of racial oppression.”
Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionWorld History
Europe needs more than ever the principles that made it successful: decentralization, free trade, and sound markets.
It is sad that the contemporary American university has sunk so low from the heights of medieval Oxford, Cambridge, Paris, and Salamanca. Fortunately, private alternatives are still available.