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The real question is whether each is based in liberty or coercion.
Philosophy and Methodology
Taleb maintains he’s a statistically-oriented orthodox economist. But I don’t think he understands what people mean by “orthodoxy.”
Philosophy and MethodologyValue and Exchange
Jeff Deist pithily describes Taleb’s prose as “Rothbard meets Hayek.” But Taleb shares some ideas in common with Ludwig von Mises as well.
Money and Banking
The psychological impact of a lifetime within a fiat money economy cannot be underestimated. With more wealth seemingly available at the click of a computer button, refusal to spend more on government programs must stem only from cruelty and greed.
Inflationary monetary policy is driving markets toward ever larger and more monopolistic firms that dominate the marketplace.
Most of the resolutions passed by local governments in the name of "second amendment sanctuary" efforts don't actually do anything.
Behavioral economists are masters of comparing apples to oranges and dressing up incorrect statements in fancy language and mathematics.
Money and BanksThe Police State
Transitioning to a cashless society is a natural fit for the authoritarian regime in Beijing — and one that has long been sold as “benign” by the more “liberal” globalist elite.