Mises Wire

Greta Thunberg To Poor Countries: Drop Dead

The EnvironmentGlobal Economy

Blog09/26/2019

It appears many Indians and Brazilians and Chinese are willing to risk the global warming for a chance at experiencing even a small piece of what wealthy first-world climate activists have been enjoying all their lives.

Read More

Greenspan Expects the US to Embrace Negative Interest Rates. Here's Why That Would be "Catastrophic."

The FedMoney and BanksCapital and Interest Theory

Blog09/18/2019

Central banks’ economic models predict deeper negative rates are necessary in the event that a significant recession materializes. This would be a disaster.

Read More

Government Won't Save Us From "Woke" Corporations

Political Theory

Blog09/05/2019

The last thing we need is a government "solution" to corporate efforts to crush speech and dissenting opinions. Answers lie in the marketplace.

Read More

Government Prosecutors Are Out of Control

Legal System

Blog08/21/2019

While repealing laws and police reforms are important in alleviating mass incarceration, the problem is likely to continue as long as prosecutors are permitted to operate with so few constraints.

Read More

GDP Growth Isn't the Same Thing as Economic Growth

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/12/2019

Given the way it's calculated, GDP can be driven up just as much by squandering wealth, as by building it up.

Read More

Give Guantanamo Back to Cuba

War and Foreign Policy

Blog08/09/2019

We can start dismantling the US empire by giving Guantanamo Bay back to Cuba, followed by a termination of all foreign aid, a closure of all foreign military bases, and an end to regime-change operations around the world.

Read More

Government "Accountability" Isn't Real Accountability

Bureaucracy and Regulation

Blog06/28/2019

Being held accountabile in the real world usually means making reparations for incompetence or malice. But this sort of accountability almost never applies to governments.

Read More

Government-Created Monopolies Are Everywhere

Monopoly and Competition

Blog05/23/2019

Throughout American history, politicians have incessantly awarded preferential policies (e.g., “corporate welfare”) to special interests that has allowed them to create monopolies dominating virtually every major market.

Read More
Shield icon wire