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Bureaucracy and RegulationFree Markets
Government programs like Medicare are called insurance, yet they are anything but. There is a difference between public and private plans.
Although the Left controls most of government and has corrupted most of our institutions, there are ways to fight back.
Progressives like Robert Reich now claim that there is no inflation, just businesses arbitrarily raising prices so they can increase profits. Such claims do not pass the test of economic logic.
Because government is predatory, it may seem ironic then to use the political system as a means of protecting one's own property, family, and loved ones. But there are times when such a strategy makes sense.
Booms and BustsInflationStrategy
The Fed is slowly increasing interest rates in the hopes that the economy will experience a "soft landing." However, there is no way to soften the blows about to fall on the economy.
Both Murray Rothbard and Harry Jaffa began as men of the Right. However, Rothbard turned toward the view that individuals possess rights outside of the state; Jaffa turned toward conservatism.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic PolicyFree Markets
Using a humorous subject, Charles Amos successfully challenges the view that government must produce "public goods" in order to ensure an optimal supply.
Financial MarketsFree MarketsRationalism
The efficient market hypothesis, which is popular in neoclassical economics circles, holds that markets are so "efficient" that entrepreneurial profits are generated randomly.