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What Is Stagflation and What Causes It?

Central BanksInflationUnemployment

Blog06/09/2022

The specter of stagflation is with us again despite Keynesians' claims that a new bout of inflation will lower unemployment. What causes it?

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Rothbard vs. the Religion of Progressivism

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

Blog06/09/2022

Not only must the war against progressivism be fought with a religious fervor, but it must also be, in Rothbard’s words, “openly and gloriously reactionary.”

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Will Punch-Drunk Biden Take America Down with Him?

Anti-PoliticsBureaucracy and RegulationEconomic Policy

Blog06/08/2022

Inflation is at a forty-year high, fuel prices are wreaking havoc, and there's no end in sight. Time for Biden to tell us how good we have it.

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Are Today's Homeownership Rates Sustainable?

U.S. Economy

Blog06/08/2022

Skyrocketing asset prices are great for hedge fund managers and Wall Street types, but they increasingly drive ordinary people into unsustainably large amounts of debt.

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Respect the Fed? No, End the Fed

Money and Banks

Blog06/07/2022

Instead of “respecting the Fed’s independence,” President Biden should work with Congress to audit, then end the Fed.

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The Path to Victory

StrategyPolitical Theory

Many of the conventional strategies favored by freedom activists often fail to produce results. Lew Rockwell suggests some alternative strategies.

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Let's Boycott Them!

Anti-PoliticsDemocracyThe Police StateU.S. History

Blog06/07/2022

Since the state is incorrigible and incapable of being reformed, perhaps the best way to deal with government predations is to boycott the elections.

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Degradation and Nationalization: The Inevitable Ways of Russian Autocratic Economic Policy

Big GovernmentSocialismWar and Foreign Policy

Blog06/07/2022

Between Western sanctions and its own statist economic intervention, the Russian economy is headed downward and there is not much optimism ahead.

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