Mises Wire

Canadian Digital Protectionism Gravely Threatens Free Speech

Bureaucracy and RegulationMedia and CultureProgressivismThe Police State


Under the guise of "modernizing" communications, the Canadian government is vastly expanding its power to regulate social media and threaten free speech.

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Cut through the Media Noise, and Remember the Economic Priorities

Economic PolicyThe EntrepreneurThe FedMoney and BanksU.S. Economy


Modern prosperity is astonishing, but it can quickly disappear if our monetary unit fails. We need to keep up the fight for sound money.

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Countering the Woke Offensive

World History


Although the Woke agenda seems to be dominating everything, the mask is slowly being peeled away and some are starting to recognize the truly authoritarian agenda that had been so carefully hidden.

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Correlations and the Definition of the Money Supply

The FedMonetary PolicyMonetary Theory


Monetary authorities and monetary economists try to define money without understanding what money really is: a medium of exchange.

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Credit Tightens as the Money Supply Falls for Ten Months In a Row

Money Supply


With negative growth now falling near or below –10 percent for the sixth month in a row, money-supply contraction is the largest we've seen since the Great Depression.

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Cotton Pickin' Sanctions

Economic PolicyProtectionism and Free TradeU.S. EconomyWar and Foreign Policy


On yet another crusade, US authorities have sanctioned Chinese cotton imports. The sanctions won't change Chinese policies but they will create hardships for many.

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Chess, Trans Athletes, and Free Markets in Sports

Bureaucracy and RegulationLawMedia and Culture


Is there a way out of the seemingly intractable demands that trans athletes who are "transitioning" from male to female be permitted to compete with female athletes? There may be a free-market solution.

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