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Booms and BustsInflationMonetary Policy
Central banks have created a brittle economy without real savings and without much room to maneuver. Central banks now want more of the same in a bid to fix what they broke.
Despite many attempts at doing so, governments have never been able to conjure up more goods and services through price controls and other regulations.
Money and BanksTaxes and Spending
Bureaucrats cannot conjure wealth from nothing. They only have what they extract from the private sector. Unfortunately, the bureaucrats are now starving the private sector of funding while making government budgets ever larger.
Bureaucracy and RegulationHealth
The shortages and lack of flexibility caused by government red tape during the COVID-19 crisis has forced many governments to rethink their many arbitrary and unnecessary regulations.
Many Americans could die in the coming weeks and months thanks to the FDA’s blockade on coronavirus testing. Should we consider those victims as martyrs for the principle of bureaucratic supremacy?
Campaign finance laws favor incumbents and the rich and famous. Real change requires more freedom and decentralization in how campaigns are funded.
It is precisely during a crisis that private property, the price mechanism, and the profit and loss system are most important, and when the government can do the most damage.
EducationMoney and BanksTaxes and Spending
The federal government must accompany any loan forgiveness with a repeal of all programs for subsidizing and guaranteeing loans. Anything less would be a formula for socializing higher education.