Mises Wire

Wokism Could Provoke a Global Anti-American Backlash

U.S. History

Blog02/03/2022

Wokism and US foreign policy should not be viewed as isolated phenomena but rather inextricably linked concepts given the US’s universalist foreign policy modus operandi.

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We Are All Canadian Truckers Now!

World History

Blog02/01/2022

As tens of thousands of trucks began entering the capital with millions of supporters behind them, the “brave” Canadian prime minister had fled the city and shuffled off to an undisclosed location.

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Why Die for Ukraine?

War and Foreign Policy

The saddest part of this whole manufactured crisis is that it should make absolutely no difference to us whether Russia controls Ukraine. How is that a threat to the United States?

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Why Intellectual Property Isn't Necessary to Reward Innovation

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog01/29/2022

Like new money, knowledge spreads unevenly through the economy in a kind of Cantillon effect. Here's what that means for different market actors

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Why Fighting Inflation Is Not a Priority for the Fed

Money and Banks

Blog01/28/2022

"I get the impression that these people … believe the threat of inflation pales in comparison to climate change and racial inequities."

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Washington Still Won't Admit the Real Cause of Price Inflation

Majority Rule

Blog01/27/2022

If a politician has no clue about what causes price inflation, she probably isn't going to have any idea about how to fix the problem.

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Why Price Deflation Is Always Good News

Money and Banks

Blog01/27/2022

A general decline in prices is good news for wealth generators, since deflation means the economy is cleaning out its bubble-fueled, wealth-destroying activities.

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Will the Fed Pop the Everything Bubble?

Blog01/26/2022

The Federal Reserve is aware of the “bubble of everything” created in recent years and the elevated levels of debt throughout the economy. But any tightening is likely to trigger a recession.

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