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China's Mercantilism Is a Recipe for Stagnation

Blog12/04/2019

China is not on track to catch up with the wealthy West. The Chinese state's commitment to highly interventionist mercantilist policies is leading to debt, malinvestment, and stagnation.

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How to Avoid Civil War: Decentralization, Nullification, Secession

Decentralization and Secession

Blog12/04/2019

So long as we insist the federal government can force one law, one culture, and one sort of politics on all of America, the US is headed down the road of civil war. Only decentralization and separation can partly defuse the situation.

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The Washington Post's Double Standard on Immigration and Guns

Blog12/03/2019

The Washington Post supports local governments ignoring laws. Except when those laws restrict private gun ownership.

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Menger's Anti-Historical Method Versus the Neoclassical Anti-Historical Method

History of the Austrian School of Economics

12/03/2019Articles of Interest
The Austrian-school approach, with its realist, real-world approach, is actually more inclined toward empiricism than the neo-classical economists who tend toward very abstract theories and models.
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Understanding Elizabeth Warren's "Radical" Wealth Tax

Big GovernmentTaxes and Spending

Blog12/03/2019

Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth taxes will have devastating consequences on capital formation, and will encourage investors to hold riskier assets than they otherwise would have.

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The Boom Is Worse than the Bust

Booms and BustsFree MarketsInterventionismMonetary Theory

11/30/2019Mises Daily Articles
The boom produces impoverishment. But still more disastrous are its moral ravages. It makes people despondent and dispirited. The more optimistic they were under the illusory prosperity of the boom, the greater is their despair and their feeling of frustration.
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Central Bankers Have Declared War on Your Savings

Blog11/30/2019

Negative rates, higher taxes, and inflation – the statists are employing every measure to gain access to the fruits of your labor.

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Politicians Want Thanksgiving To Be Political. Ignore Them.

Media and CultureU.S. History

Blog11/27/2019

Thanksgiving started out as a terribly political holiday. But it has gotten better with age as more people have been interested in beer and football than in politics.

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