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Central BanksThe FedInflationCapital and Interest Theory
The Fed's predictable response to inflation is based on erroneous economic thinking common with Keynesians. Only a free-market approach can reduce inflation and restore true market interest rates.
Monetary PolicyU.S. History
The author recalls the 1922 peace dollar his grandfather gave him sixty years ago. Real money.
We should not conflate management with entrepreneurship. It is an error to misconstrue the market process as mere production management.
Economic FreedomProgressivismCalculation and Knowledge
Governments, billionaire elites, and NGOs have a "wonderful" plan for the rest of us called the Great Reset. They need to read Mises to know their plans are madness.
The common view of inflation is that it is defined as a general increase in prices. Actually, inflation is expansion of the money supply that results in price increases.
PricesValue and Exchange
Contrary to myth, businesses can't just set prices at whatever level they want. "Greedy" capitalists can ask for higher prices, but prices mean little if people are unable or unwilling to pay them.
One place a price system manifests itself is the sports betting markets. The results are surprisingly accurate.
Governments can conjure up money at the printing press—with predictable results. But anyone wanting a Lamborghini will have to produce real wealth to purchase it.