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Money and Banks
The United States economy may have delivered no growth in the first half of 2022 after the decline in the first quarter, narrowly avoiding a technical recession.
Knee-jerk support for the police helps gun control advocates by undermining the most fundamental reason for gun ownership: the government's armed enforcers won't keep us safe and are likely to abuse their power.
DemocracyWar and Foreign Policy
Trying to interpret the actions of Vladimir Putin or politics in Russia using Western narratives is likely to end in failure.
Central BanksGlobal EconomyMonetary Theory
Popular commentators and politicians often express loud opinions about exchange rates and balance of payments. As Dr. Frank Shostak writes, the facts differ widely from popular perception.
AntipoliticsDecentralization and Secession
The covid-19 lockdowns not only destroyed businesses, but also destroyed the sense of community in small towns and rural areas.
War and Foreign Policy
The Ukrainian regime thinks it knows better than husbands and fathers when it comes to caring for their families. But no bureaucrat ought to be allowed to make such a decision.
The United States is not now—and has never been—in any position to lecture other countries about the moral evils of aggressive foreign policy.
Does free banking encourage fraud by tolerating fractional reserves? Here's a summary of the debate.