Mises Wire

Money-Supply Growth Hits New High for Third Month in a Row

Money Supply

Blog07/25/2020

During June 2020, year-over-year (YOY) growth in the money supply was at 34.47 percent. That's up from May's rate of 29.5 percent, and up from June 2019's rate of 2.04 percent.

Read More

More Laws Mean More Police Brutality

Legal SystemStrategyThe Police State

Blog07/21/2020

Every law must ultimately be enforced using the police power of the state. For those who resist, this means violent arrest and imprisonment. Or worse.

Read More

Modern Monetary Theory's Connection to Soviet-Era Money

Blog07/15/2020

MMT starts to make a little more sense when thinking of it as comparable to money systems used under the USSR and the old Soviet Bloc.

Read More

Mises University is Happening Now!

Blog07/13/2020

Mises University is happening now! Not a watered-down online version, but a full-fledged Mises Institute live event.

Read More

Money Supply Growth in May Again Surges to an All-Time High

Money Supply

Blog07/09/2020

During May 2020, year-over-year (YOY) growth in the money supply was at 29.80 percent. That's up from April's rate of 21.3 percent, and up from May 2019's rate of 2.15 percent.

Read More

Mises on the Velocity of Circulation

Monetary Theory

Blog07/07/2020

In this short essay recently found in the Mises Institute Archives, Mises goes over the basics of monetary theory and shows why the concept of velocity of circulation is useless for understanding changes in the purchasing power of the monetary unit.

Read More

Mises and the Lockean Proviso

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog06/12/2020

"The natural condition of man is extreme poverty and insecurity. It is romantic nonsense to lament the passing of the happy days of primitive barbarism."

Read More

Mr. Trump, Don't Deploy the Military to American Cities without Their Consent

Blog06/03/2020

Some conservatives insist on calling for the president to deploy troops to pacify rioters even without the consent of state governments in affected areas. If this happens, it will be yet another nail in the coffin of the principles of decentralization, subsidiarity, and limited federal power.

Read More
Shield icon wire