Mises Wire

Why There's a Left-Right Divide among Libertarians

Political Theory

Blog08/13/2020

Like it or not, libertarians have divided themselves along left-right lines. Here's a brief explanation.

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Why We Need Entrpreneurs and Market Prices for a Healthy Economy

SocialismPrices

Blog08/11/2020

We need both prices and entrepreneurs to have a functioning and prosperous marketplace. Under socialism, though, we have none of the above.

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Why Chicago's Mayor Blames Her City's Murders on Wisconsin and Indiana

Blog08/11/2020

Although it's easier to buy guns in Indiana and Wisconsin than in Chicago, homicide rates are lower in those states than in either Illinois or Chicago.

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Why I Write

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog08/11/2020

After years of working as a DC journalist, Bovard found that "the more oppressive the government acted, the more slavish the press became."

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Why Fed Bugs Really, Really Hate Gold

Gold StandardMoney and Banking

Blog08/09/2020

Fed bugs sound like real estate agents in reverse: there is never a good time to buy gold.

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Why the US Economy Is Stronger Than the Eurozone's

U.S. Economy

Blog08/06/2020

Debt and recession in the United States are big problems. But in both cases, metrics show a better situation in the US than in the eurozone.

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Why Keynes Was Wrong about Consumer Spending

Blog08/04/2020

In the real world, an artificial boost in demand that is not supported by production leads to the destruction of a society's wealth.

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Who Profits from Militarizing the Police?

Cronyism and CorporatismThe Police StateTaxes and Spending

Blog08/03/2020

As 20 million Americans fall into unemployment, no crisis is so big that anyone in Washington would think of cutting military spending, including dollars spent on military gear for cops.

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