Mises Wire

The Objective Science of Subjective Value

Austrian Economics OverviewOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and MethodologySubjectivism


While most economists admit that value is subjective, they still err by concentrating on scarcity and choice instead of purposeful action by individuals.

Read More

Thanks to the Combination of the Fed and IP, Snow White 2024 Is a Terrible Movie

The FedLawMedia and Culture


Because Federal Reserve policies distort the economy and create perverse incentives, Disney also must deal with intellectual property issues. The combination of the two will ruin the Snow White story.

Read More

Two Swedes on the New Economics Nobel

Media and CulturePhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory


Two Austrian economists from Sweden provide commentary on the Swedish central bank's choice for this year's economics Nobel Prize.

Read More

The Inherent Evils of Centrism



Most people will claim to be political and social “moderates” yet actually accept extreme socialist viewpoints.

Read More

The Regime Plans More for Us Than Just Hillary Clinton’s "Deprogramming" Demands

Cronyism and CorporatismPoliticsThe Police StateWar and Foreign Policy


While Hillary Clinton’s call to have Trump supporters “deprogrammed” has been met with snickers, her attitude is in line with most of this country’s governing elites.

Read More

Taking a Closer Look at the Vaunted Scandinavian Welfare States



While politicians like Bernie Sanders and AOC tout the Scandinavian welfare model for the USA, there are a few things to understand about these countries and the economies that support their welfare programs.

Read More

The Left Is Now Telling Us (Ukrainian) Nazis Aren't So Bad After All

World History


Members of the Canadian Parliament recently applauded a Ukrainian member of the Nazi Waffen-SS during World War II. Apparently, it's now okay to be a Nazi so long as you're fighting the Russians.

Read More