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Fauci on Your Phone?

U.S. History

Blog12/14/2021

With her new bill, Representative Ann Kuster wants to “bolster and quicken our nationwide vaccine rollout” by keeping track of the vaccination status of every American.

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From Diseases to Recessions, Government Failure Is Endemic

World History

Blog09/20/2021

As with economic policy to "cure" recessions, the authorities’ health response is good at crippling markets, but never delivers what is promised. 

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Four Reasons the Next Recession Will Be Worse Than the Last One

Blog09/10/2021

Economic fundamentals are weaker today than when the Great Recession began. And the Fed has less room to maneuver. This suggests the next crisis will be even bigger than the last one. 

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Forced Vaccinations in France Bring Both Repression and Protest

World History

Blog07/22/2021

Macron says vaccines are not compulsory for the general public for now, but they are essentially required for anyone who wants to live a normal life. 

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Fiat Money Economies Are Built on Lies

Booms and BustsMoney and Banks

Blog07/20/2021

The public usually doesn't understand how fiat money expansion benefits the regime at their expense. The regime likes it that way. 

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From Livestock to Bitcoin: "Legitimacy" and the Evolution of Money

Money and Banks

Blog07/07/2021

Without money, specialization is constrained; without money, dreams of constructing an advanced society are merely a utopian pipe dream. 

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Fannie and Freddie Are Just Government Agencies. They're Likely to Stay That Way.

U.S. History

Blog06/29/2021

Fannie and Freddie were long quasi-government corporations that typified the corrupt union between the feds and corporate America. But now it looks like both companies are just full-on government corporations. 

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