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After Brexit, the Timing of the Coronavirus Couldn't Be Worse for EU Bureaucrats

Bureaucracy and RegulationGlobal Economy

Blog03/18/2020

Eurocrats might be able to get tables in their favoured restaurants more easily while national governments take it on the chin. But this is a temporary situation which could easily evolve into a threat against the union.

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The Fed Has Sufficient Tools—to Wreck the Economy

Booms and Busts

Blog03/17/2020

These famed "tools" of the central bank are nothing but cunning and arcane techniques for conjuring additional trillions of dollars out of thin air and pumping them into the global economy.

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War On China?

SocialismWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Sinister forces in American political life are using the coronavirus crisis to incite war with China and to stir up bad feelings toward the Chinese people. But war with China should be the last thing people want.

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Coronavirus: The EU Is No Longer a Border-Free Zone for Member Countries

Decentralization and Secession

Blog03/17/2020

As the member states of the EU begin to shut their internal borders to their neighbors, we're reminded that state-to-state open borders in a place like the US do come with a downside.

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Money Supply Growth Climbs to 37-Month High

Money Supply

Blog03/17/2020

The money supply metric is following the usual pattern that precedes a recession and economic crisis.

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The Fed’s Massive Injection of "Liquidity" Also Benefits Uncle Sam

The FedFinancial MarketsMonetary Policy

Blog03/16/2020

By announcing that it is willing to throw up to $1.5 trillion in electronically created money in order to give three-month loans to those institutions that bought Treasury debt earlier, the Fed is bailing out not only the holders of Treasury debt, but also the Treasury itself.

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Politicians Are Calling for Lots of "Bold" Plans. Watch Out.

ProgressivismTaxes and Spending

Blog03/16/2020

With both major political parties seemingly uninterested in the long-term fiscal stability of the United States, the only near-term solution for the spendthrift class in Washington, DC, is to either raise taxes or spend recklessly.

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Could the Coronavirus Be Fatal for the EU?

Decentralization and SecessionGlobal EconomyMonetary Policy

Blog03/16/2020

As the nation-states take the brunt of their economic collapses on the chin, they will begin to realise that the EU superstate is little more than an obstructive and costly irrelevance.

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