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Trump Can Ensure a V-shaped Economic Recovery by Heeding the Lessons of 1921

Blog11 hours ago

Does Trump not realize that if people do not get back to work, there will be no recovery at all?

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Who Profits from Militarizing the Police?

Cronyism and CorporatismThe Police StateTaxes and Spending

Blog08/03/2020

As 20 million Americans fall into unemployment, no crisis is so big that anyone in Washington would think of cutting military spending, including dollars spent on military gear for cops.

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How Central Banks Made the Covid Panic Worse

InflationMedia and CultureSocialism

Thanks to central banks, people now believe the myth that it is possible to shut down the economy and everything will be fine if we just print a lot of new money.  

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From Lockdowns to "The Great Reset"

Big GovernmentProgressivismSocialism

Blog08/01/2020

The global "elites" of the World Economic Forum seek a "Great Reset" that will usher in a new and far more powerful technocracy defined by central planning and the end of freedom as we know it.

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Japan's Executive Pay Gap

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and Wages

Blog08/01/2020

The highly regulated, protectionist Japanese economy, and an overall collectivist culture, leaves little room for flexibility in executive pay. This makes Japanese businesses less competitive, and work life more miserable.

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Buchanan and Anarchism

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Blog07/31/2020

Economist James Buchanan thinks that a state is necessary, because people wouldn't be able to agree on the boundaries of their rights.

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Say's Law and the Effects of a Growing Money Supply

Booms and BustsMoney and Banks

Blog07/31/2020

Economic growth results from increasing production, and the money supply is always sufficient to foster exchange. The boom-bust cycle only occurs when production is distorted by a growing money supply.

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Trump's Spending Is Delaying a Recovery. Biden Would Be Even Worse.

Taxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

Blog07/31/2020

Debt matters, even if interest rates are low. Increasing debt and spending means lower growth and weaker real wages in the future.

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