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Fiat and Gold: Two Fixes for a Broken US Monetary Base

The FedGold StandardMoney Supply

The US monetary system is out of sorts and out of control. The authors show a path back from the inflation brink to monetary soundness.

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Free Markets DO Work in Developing Countries

Free MarketsGlobal EconomyWorld History

Blog11/18/2022

The standard line from progressives is that free markets usually fail in developing countries. The economic numbers tell a much different story.

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Facts and Data Have No Meaning without a Theory to Explain Them

Capital and Interest TheoryPraxeology

Blog11/04/2022

Mainstream economists claim that data alone can explain economic actions. Austrians know that without theory, data explains nothing.

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Federal Reserve Tampering with Interest Rates Distorts the Shape of the Yield Curve

The FedFree MarketsInflationBusiness Cycles

Blog10/20/2022

In a free market, short-term and long-term rates would move toward convergence. Fed interference with interest rates ensures that won't happen.

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Fed Socialist Money Manipulation Cancels Individuals' Better Judgment

The FedInflation

Blog10/15/2022

Government inflation makes people’s responses much more delayed, leaving people’s value adding greatly degraded.

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Five Keys to Professional and Personal Development

Blog09/19/2022

Do these things to stand apart from your peers.

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Falling Military Recruitment Is Another Sign of Waning Faith in the Regime

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog08/23/2022

If falling enlistments are an indication of declining faith in the military overall—and especially declining support among conservatives—that's very good news. 

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Federalism, Not Centralization, Is the Way out of the Current Conflicts

Decentralization and SecessionProgressivism

Blog07/06/2022

Since the overturning of Roe v. Wade, pundits on the Left have demanded even more centralization of government. But federalism is the best way forward.

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