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How the Left Learned to Love States' Rights

Political Theory

Blog03/27/2017
Over the course of approximately six hours, the Left in the United States made a spectacular, 180 degree turn on federalism and states’ rights.
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How to Interpret the Shape of the Yield Curve

Blog03/27/2017
Central-bank meddling — and not "expectations" — may be the real driver behind changes in the shape of the yield curve.
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How the Government Ruined US Healthcare — and What Can Be Done

HealthPolitical Theory

Blog03/22/2017
The American healthcare system is a byzantine system of government imposed monopolies and subsidies. Now, some doctors are trying to get out.
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How the Fed Operates — And Why It's a Problem

The FedMoney and BanksCapital and Interest TheoryMoney and Banking

Blog03/14/2017
Central bankers often claim their tinkering with the money supply is but a small intervention, but in reality, it sets the boom-bust cycle in motion.
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How Central Banks Enable the Money-Creation Process

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog03/10/2017
While it is true that private banks initiate the money-creation process, it is central banks that make the the whole process possible.
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High Prices Don't Cause Economic Bubbles

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog02/28/2017
Bubbles aren't created by price increases. They're created by central-bank induced misallocation of resources.
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How Interest Rates Affect Time Preference — and Vice Versa

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog12/27/2016

A general increase in price inflation, resulting from increasing money supply and a fall in real wealth, will lead to a general rise in interest rates.

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