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Americans Aren't Giving Up Their Cars

03/06/2019Power & Market

In spite of the (unproven) assertions that young people have no interest in driving, Americans' delinquencies on car loans have hit a multi-year high, and there's no sign that fewer households want cars.

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Are Doctors Selling Themselves Short?

Health

03/04/2019Audio/Video
Dr. Arvind Cavale, an entrepreneurial endocrinologist from Pennsylvania, explains how a small private practice can remain nimble, adopt technology, and deliver high quality care efficiently.
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A History of Asset Forfeiture

Blog02/27/2019

The government steals private property and calls it "asset forfeiture." Dating back to 1970, it's nothing more than a Drug War scam designed to enrich government bureaucrats.

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A Response to Daniel McCarthy's "Why Libertarians are Wrong"

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog02/26/2019

Conservatives seem to want a "robust" state to replace the cultural, religious, and economic institutions that states destroyed in the first place.

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A Chinese Bomb: Are We Really on the Threshold of Another Global Financial Crisis?

Booms and BustsGlobal EconomyMoney and Banks

Blog02/25/2019

The Chinese debt is overwhelming not simply because of the volume, but because the figure has quadrupled in seven years.

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Antitrust Policy Is Both Harmful and Useless

Legal SystemInterventionismMonopoly and Competition

02/21/2019Mises Daily Articles
Whether or not anti-trust legislation remains helpful to consumers, or makes any economic sense, remains entirely debatable.
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As Lending Standards Fall, Worries of a New Bust Rise

Financial MarketsGlobal Economy

Blog02/20/2019

New research is sparking fears that junk debt could trigger a repeat of the 2008 crash.

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