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InflationMonetary PolicyInterventionismMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
Monetarists believe there is an optimum growth rate of money. However, a fiat money system itself is unstable, so there is no optimum growth rate.
Media and CultureProgressivismProperty RightsSocialism
People from socially and economically marginized groups in the USA tend to support socialism. Yet socialists have a long and bloody history of suppressing these very groups.
Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and WagesU.S. History
A new bill being sold as an "immigration control" measure is really a vast expansion of the federal regulatory and surveillance state known as "E-Verify." The potential for abuse is enormous.
AntipoliticsDemocracyMedia and CulturePoliticsThe Police State
Tucker Carlson has rankled the ruling elites for many years. But was his interview with Robert Kennedy Jr. a bridge too far?
Decentralization and SecessionDemocracyHayekPoliticsU.S. History
Should political reform be the result of a much-discussed comprehensive plan? Or should it come about through decentralized decision-making that deals with the situations at hand?
Economic PolicyThe FedMoney and BanksStrategyU.S. Economy
By any conventional measures of finance, the Federal Reserve has negative equity. In the long run, cooking the books only puts off the day of reckoning.
CapitalismThe EntrepreneurWorld History
While Japan made some technological transfers to these places, prosperity came to them later, with the advent of free-market economies.
Central BanksInflationWorld History
A century ago, Argentina was one of the world's wealthiest nations and the Argentine peso rivaled the dollar. Today, Argentina is famous for periodic hyperinflation.