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The Trojan Horse of Surprise Billing Legislation

Health

10/27/2019Audio/Video
Are out-of-network physicians deliberately trying to price-gouge patients in need of emergency care? Will “surprise billing legislation” solve the problems of narrow networks?
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Why Austrian-School Economists Tend To Be Libertarians

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog10/26/2019

Austrian-school economics is value-free and is not necessarily in favor of laissez-faire. But the Austrian view of markets and market power tends to push one in the laissez-faire direction.

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A Huge Empire Requires a Huge Government

War and Foreign Policy

Blog10/26/2019

The shift toward empire has brought about the destruction of American liberty and privacy here at home. That’s what the surveillance, torture, and indefinite detentions of American citizens are all about — to supposedly protect us from the dangers produced by U.S. intervention abroad.

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Toronto Drops Rent Control — So Builders Build More Housing

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog10/26/2019

Thanks to a loosening of rent controls in Toronto, finding a place to live will become easier for a lot of people. 

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Why Income Is an Important Concept in Economics

Income can be defined as how much one can consume without depleting capital. And it is a very important economic concept. Don't let economists tell you otherwise.

10/25/2019Power & Market
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Inflation

Free MarketsWorld HistoryInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

10/25/2019Mises Daily Articles
Unfortunately, some people prefer to attribute the cause of inflation not to an increase in the quantity of money but to the rise in prices.
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More Government Spending Won't Make the Economy Grow

Money and Banks

Blog10/25/2019

Economic growth comes from the accumulation of real wealth — which is necessary to produce more goods and services.

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