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The Realistic Market for Private Governance

AnarchyLegal SystemStrategy

Blog10/28/2022

What if the parallel communities we seek to build already exist in some form and our task is to identify and coalesce around those existing “nations within nations”?

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This Is Why the Yield Curve Just Inverted, Signaling a Coming Recession

Money and Banks

Blog10/27/2022

Why is an inversion of the yield curve is indicative of a recession? It stems in part from the fact that both recessions and yield curve inversion follow sizable slowing in monetary inflation. 

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To Many, America Still Is a Place of Opportunity (Unless Progressives Destroy That, Too)

Free MarketsImmigration

Blog10/26/2022

People still come to America, but it is because of the foundation created by private enterprise, not because of progressive politics.

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The Political History of Money

Money and Banks

Blog10/24/2022

The control of money is extremely convenient to governments, especially to have their own central bank to buy their debt when they are out of money.

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The Fed's Current Monetary Stance Will Lead to Stagflation, Not Deflation

Booms and BustsInflationUnemploymentBusiness Cycles

Blog10/24/2022

After following hyper-Keynesian policies for more than two decades, the Fed is about to create the conditions that Keynesians claimed were impossible: an inflationary recession.

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The Recession in the Productive Sector Is Here

Blog10/22/2022

For the past three decades, the result has been the same: the US economy exits a crisis with significantly more debt, lower employment growth, and slower GDP recovery.

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The Dollar's Global Wake of Destruction

Fed WatchGlobal EconomyInflation

Blog10/21/2022

Even with near-record inflation, the US dollar still has gained strength relative to other currencies. This does not mean that the Fed has been acting responsibly.

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