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Second Amendment Sanctuaries: Rhetoric vs. Reality

Blog11/25/2019

Most of the resolutions passed by local governments in the name of "second amendment sanctuary" efforts don't actually do anything.

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Why Behavioral Economics Isn't Very Useful

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog11/22/2019

Behavioral economists are masters of comparing apples to oranges and dressing up incorrect statements in fancy language and mathematics.

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Globalist-Endorsed War on Cash May Be China's Next Terrifying Weapon

Money and BanksThe Police State

Blog11/18/2019

Transitioning to a cashless society is a natural fit for the authoritarian regime in Beijing — and one that has long been sold as “benign” by the more “liberal” globalist elite.

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How Entrepreneurs Build the World

EducationThe EntrepreneurSocialism

11/14/2019The Austrian
Prof. Bylund discusses his native Sweden, and why we can't understand economics without understanding the entrepreneur, and how the entrepreneur is absolutely central and essential to a growing economy.
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My First Time to East Berlin

World History

Blog11/11/2019

One East Berliner told me there was not much difference between “freedom” in West and East Berlin because some workers in West Berlin had to commute more than half an hour by bus to get to work.   Hence, they had no freedom.

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The Feds Spend More on National-Debt Interest Than You Think

U.S. Economy

Blog11/06/2019

As the government continues to pile up trillion dollar deficits, when interest rates return to a historical norm, interest payments on the national debt may exceed payments to Social Security recipients.

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Per Bylund on The Laws of Agile

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

11/05/2019Audio/Video
Hunter Hastings and Per Bylund discuss specific examples of how Austrian economics helps entrepreneurs go beyond current management best practices to achieve a new level of value creation.
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How School Districts Put Politics Before Children

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog11/02/2019

School boards are political institutions often more interested in social policy than in education.

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