Mises Wire

Everything They Don't Like Is Now a Public Health Emergency

Bureaucracy and Regulation


What will be called a public health issue next? Gun violence (been there), transphobia (done that), religion, private schools and home schools? We would not be the first nation to lose its liberties on the installment plan. 

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Election 2020: Rout of the Technocracy

ProgressivismMedia and Culture


This victory is not of one candidate or party over another in this race or that, but rather a resounding ideological defeat of one of the most illiberal and menacing forces we face at the moment: technocracy.

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Election 2020: Choking on the Political Red and Blue Pills

Legal SystemPolitical Theory


Election 2020 is the same as every other election, only the state’s mask of legitimacy is slipping. 

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Even WHO Officials Now Admit Lockdowns Are Extreme Policies with Disastrous Results


The true cost of covid-19 lockdowns has become so apparent that even WHO officials must now admit these policies lead to mass impoverishment and immense cost in terms of human lives and human health.

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Economics for Beginners



These short animated videos cover core economic topics, highlighting how economic decisions are a part of our day-to-day life.

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Equality Is Good—Believe It or Else

ProgressivismPovertyPhilosophy and Methodology


Ultimately, the case for equality doesn’t amount to more than “You must believe in equality—because you must!”

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Europe's Bailouts Risk a Full-Blown Financial Crisis

Global EconomyMoney and Banks


Euro governments are planning to use the banking system for widespread bailouts in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdowns. This could bring about a new financial crisis.

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Empathy for the Poor Is Not Enough


It's a good thing when politicians recognize that there are people out there who are less fortunate than the political class. But this empathy only does anyone any good if policymakers refrain from socialistic government schemes that make poverty worse.

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