Mises Wire

Review: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Economics

Free MarketsU.S. EconomyHistory of the Austrian School of Economics


If you wish to get a better understanding of economics, don't follow the mainstream. Instead, read Thomas DiLorenzo's new book.

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Review: Progressive Conservatism: How Republicans Will Become America’s Natural Governing Party

Cronyism and CorporatismDemocracyU.S. History


Like many modern "conservatives," F.H. Buckley believes that America's future is conservative governance with a helping of government intervention, tariffs, and regulation.

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Review: How the West Brought War to Ukraine

War and Foreign Policy


The foreign policy establishments in the West, the United States in particular, have pursued an aggressive policy that has led to war. The sad result is moral theater in the West and death in Ukraine.

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Rethinking Climate Change: Are the Apocalyptic Models Wrong?

The EnvironmentStrategy


We are regularly being told that we are in a "climate crisis." But what if that isn't true? What if CO2 actually is good for the greening of the planet?

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Rising "Constitutional Carry" Is a Sign of Failing Trust in Government

U.S. History


In the past, many Americans may have simply trusted to the regime to provide "law and order." But that sentiment is apparently becoming more and more rare. 

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Rastafarianism's Antistate Beginnings: It's More Than Just Bob Marley's Music

PhilosophyWorld History


Mention Rastafarianism and most likely reggae, dreadlocks, and Bob Marley come to mind. However, Rastafarianism helped downtrodden Jamaicans resist the oppressions of colonialism.

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Regional Territories: A Decentralization Plan for the USA

Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History


As political divisions worsen in the United States, one remedy besides secession might be to create semiautonomous regional territories.

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Rothbard: The Free-Market and Anti-Government Roots of the American Revolution


Being libertarians, the revolutionaries saw no conflict between moral and political rights on the one hand and economic freedom on the other.

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