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Get ready to see George W. Bush, Michelle Obama, Mitch McConnell, and Hillary Clinton all mourn together at Kissinger's funeral as they hail one of the regime's most devoted apologists.
Big GovernmentEconomic PolicyMacroeconomicsMedia and Culture
In The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy and her friends had to worry about wild animals and wicked witches. Today, Americans face a much more formidable foe: their own free-spending government.
InflationMonetary PolicyMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought
According to mainstream economists, the expectation of inflation leads to higher prices. That is impossible, however, because actual inflation involves real increases in the money supply.
The FedMonetary PolicyTaxes and SpendingU.S. History
With US government debt skyrocketing past $33 trillion and possible recession looming, the Treasury faces the prospect of running out of suckers. Finding buyers for US debt will become much more difficult.
In a totalitarian society, truth is determined by government pronouncements. Help the Institute fight back against censorship and continue to expose government lies!
The concept of the state has more to do with the worldview of ancient Greek philosophers than with the Roman Empire. We could learn a few things about statelessness from the Romans.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCronyism and CorporatismHealthProgressivism
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is at it again: demanding government intervention in the nation's healthcare system to deal with problems caused by earlier government intervention.
CapitalismEconomic FreedomFree Markets
Henry Hazlitt, a great champion of liberty and Austrian economics, was born on November 28, 1894. His most famous book, Economics in One Lesson, remains a best seller thirty years after his death.