Mises Wire

The Property-Based Social Order Is Being Destroyed by Central Banks

U.S. History

Blog04/01/2021

Private property is an institution central to civilization and beneficial human interaction. When central banks distort this institution with easy money, the social effects can be disastrous. 

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The Success of Socialist Newspeak

Big GovernmentMedia and CultureWorld History

Blog03/31/2021

The socialists have engineered a semantic revolution in converting the meaning of terms into their opposite.

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Terminate NATO

War and Foreign Policy

Blog03/27/2021

Since the USSR unexpectedly collapsed, NATO has been going around poking hornets' nests and finding new enemies hoping to justify its existence. It's time to shut the whole thing down. 

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This NYTimes Writer Thinks Too Much "Small Government" Caused the Covid Crisis

U.S. History

Blog03/26/2021

After the economic disaster created by the lockdowns, media chattering heads still have the gall to claim that too little government and spending caused the crisis.

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The Opportunity of a Lifetime

Are you smart, have a hunger to succeed, have a finance education, have a desire to work in finance, employ common sense, have high EQ, are an abstract thinker, believe in American exceptionalism, and willing to work long hours? You might be the one.

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The Border Crisis Is the Latest Example of Government "Efficiency"

Bureaucracy and RegulationTaxes and Spending

Blog03/24/2021

Government revenues are outpacing population growth, yet government agencies can’t seem to carry out even the most basic functions. The solution? More tax revenue and bigger budgets! 

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The Western Lands and Foreign Policy in the Early Republic

U.S. History

Blog03/23/2021

As one settler put it, "All mankind … have an undoubted right to pass into every vacant country, and to form their constitution, and … Congress is not empowered to forbid them." Unfortunately, Congress had good reasons not to acknowledge this.

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The Everything Bubble: How A Debt-Driven Economy Creates More Frequent Crises

Booms and Busts

Blog03/22/2021

For decades, demand-side policies showed diminishing but not lethal results, but now the world has repeated the same policies so many times that there is simply exhaustion.

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