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To Avoid a Collapse of the Eurozone, Europe Moves Closer to a European Megastate

Big GovernmentGlobal EconomyMonetary Policy

Blog05/01/2020

Debt-ridden countries such as Italy will come to rely more and more on Germans and other northern Europeans to finance their debt. This will require a more unified Europe. Or the whole thing may collapse.

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This Isn't Your Usual Demand-Shock Recession.

InflationMonetary Policy

Blog04/15/2020

This recession involves a big supply shock, which means that stimulus-fed consumption will bring capital consumption, which will ultimately lower productive capacity and standards of living.

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The Feds Are Suing Oracle for Discrimination, Even Though No One Has Complained

Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal System

Blog03/31/2020

Federal agencies have destroyed the separation of powers that is supposed to exist in the US legal system, so agency bureaucrats now act as investigators, prosecutors, judges, and juries.

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This Is Not a Recession—This Is a Government-Imposed Shutdown of the Private Sector

Economic FreedomGlobal Economy

Blog03/30/2020

We are about to enter a production slowdown—a collapse, really—not because some businesses miscalculated their investments, but because government intervened drastically and without warning to shut down all businesses.

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The Government's Pandemic Strategy Is a Reckless One

Health

Blog03/25/2020

It's time to stop pretending that the policies favored by some biologists—who know nothing about how economies work to lessen the health effects of poverty—come without grave costs to public health.

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The Use of Knowledge in Entrepreneurship

Calculation and KnowledgePrices

Blog03/25/2020

It is a marvel that imperfect, limited information available to the entrepreneur can be used to produce so much good for society. 

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Trump Is Trying to Ride the Pentagon Gravy Train to Reelection

Taxes and SpendingWar and Foreign Policy

Blog03/02/2020

Trump is spinning a narrative in which ever larger government budgets—and ever larger piles of deficit spending—create jobs and make America "safe."

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This Christmas, Let's Celebrate a Different Scrooge: Scrooge McDuck

The EntrepreneurMedia and Culture

Scrooge McDuck is the perfect type of a miser: a capitalist-entrepreneur — and the most philanthropic man (duck, I mean) in Duckburg.

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