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Economic FreedomFree MarketsPraxeology
The simplest action of economics—beneficially mutual voluntary exchange—is also its most profound. People serve each other while improving their own lot in life.
BitcoinEconomic FreedomThe Police State
Federal prosecutors and other law enforcement agents are turning blockchain firms into government subsidiaries. The real goal is to criminalize what really are lawful, private exchanges.
Economic PolicyEducationSocialismU.S. Economy
Student debt is a huge social problem, but the reason is that higher education costs themselves have become a major problem and are a financial burden whose costs outweigh its benefits.
Big GovernmentHayekProgressivismThe Police StateWar and Foreign Policy
In 1944, F.A. Hayek's best-selling book, The Road to Serfdom, warned the West that the "free" nations would lose their freedom as government expanded. He was right.
This year we're sharing Mises U students' perspectives as they go through the program. Here's what they had to say after the first day of lectures.
AnarchyAntipoliticsEconomic FreedomU.S. History
Rothbard on the American Revolution: "There was no particular need for the formal trappings and permanent investing of a centralized government, even for victory in war."
InflationMoney and BanksU.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryMoney SupplyOther Schools of Thought
By corrupting the meaning of inflation, mainstream economists have given a false picture of what happens when monetary authorities expand the money supply. Mises and Rothbard understood.
The Christian nationalist state is one in which civil rulers—for a time—regard the Church as a convenient ally. Once this comes to an end, however, the "Christian" state transforms into a state hostile to those it was once designed to protect.