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Unlimited Government: Central Banks and Federal Spending during the Corona Crisis

Financial MarketsMonetary Policy

Blog10 hours ago

The average American has no memory of the gold standard or even the stagflation of the 1970s. The collective mindset is now the classic “kick the can down the road.”

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Why Bolivia Needs to Decentralize

Decentralization and SecessionWorld History

Blog07/14/2020

Decentralization is perhaps the way for Bolivia to avoid the preventable evils of repeated coups and ethnic strife that have ensnared it since day one.

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US Trade Is Crippled by the American Government, Not the Chinese

Economic FreedomHealthPrice Controls

Blog07/13/2020

Our government is forever whining about, threatening against, high drug prices. Our pharmaceutical industry is “fighting” the Chinese in this economic “war” with both its hands tied behind its back.

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How the State Destroys Families

ProgressivismSocialismTaxes and Spending

Blog07/13/2020

Family policy has become an important area of ​​state growth in recent years. In the past, various state interventions served to protect the family (tax privileges, child benefits, etc.), but today’s politics are almost exclusively harmful to the family.

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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.

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The First Socialists: The Saint-Simonians and the Utopians

SocialismWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought

Blog07/13/2020

While collectivism was implied in Sismondi’s idea of a “general interest,” Owen and Fourier offered the first formal expression of full socialist collectivization.

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What the Supreme Court Got Right in Its Indian Tribe Ruling

Decentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog07/11/2020

The Supreme Court this week limited a state government's control over what is supposed to be a sovereign Indian tribe. The next step lies in limiting federal control over the tribe also. 

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Other Reasons to Remove Wilson’s Name at Princeton

Taxes and SpendingU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog07/11/2020

There are at least four good reasons for removing Wilson’s name from Princeton buildings—racial bigotry, his embroiling the US in World War I, his founding of the Fed, and his enactment of the US income tax.

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