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The passing of Professor George Ayittey stills a powerful voice for free markets in Africa.
While the Fed governors claim "all is well" and that inflation is "transitory," the bad news continues to pile up. Inflation will be with us for a long time.
Corporate WelfareCronyism and CorporatismLegal SystemMonopoly and Competition
Much of what we might call monopoly capitalism (or crony capitalism) can be tied to intellectual property laws.
Central BanksMoney and BanksCapital and Interest TheoryPraxeology
The typical mainstream economic view of interest rates ignores an important factor: individual time preferences.
Will Japan ever change course on its negative interest rates? Only if voters begin to realize that the lack of inflation to date in Japan is simply good luck.
War and Foreign Policy
In 1991, Ukrainians held an election and voted for secession. Today we’re supposed to cheer that. But to suggest something similar for a region of the United States? Well, we’re told that’s just plain wrong.
Big GovernmentWar and Foreign Policy
With members of Congress claiming that the Russian invasion of Ukraine somehow threatens the US homeland, it is time to tell the truth about the military threats to this nation.
Decentralization and SecessionDemocracy
The EU is a prime example of a tendency toward territorial expansion and political centralization.