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The FDA and the Courts Fail to Truly Discipline the Pharmaceutical Industry for Exploiting the Mentally Ill

Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareCronyism and Corporatism

Blog01/07/2023

Does the regulatory system help guarantee safe and effective drugs? Does the system protect drug consumers? Court cases tell us otherwise.

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The Borders Between US States Are Obsolete

Blog01/05/2023

It's been more than 150 years since most state boundaries were drawn in the US. Since then, demographic and political realities have changed enormously. The boundaries should change too. 

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The Friction Ahead in 2023

PoliticsStrategy

Claudio Grass interviews Jeff Deist on the tumultuous year ahead.

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The Case for Disbanding Public Health Agencies

Bureaucracy and RegulationProgressivismThe Police StateInterventionism

Blog12/29/2022

Public health agencies tend to be treated like authoritative sacred cows. In reality, they have politicized health policies to the point where they really are a health hazard.

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The Mises Institute's Goal Is a World Free of War and Politics. Will You Stand by Our Side?

Blog12/29/2022

There is trouble around the globe. But there is tremendous cause for optimism. Things can change very quickly. Help the Mises Institute hurry things along.

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The Second Housing Bubble of the Twenty-First Century Is Over

U.S. Economy

Blog12/27/2022

Prices are an intersection of human expectations, actions, hopes and fears. I like to ask audiences, “How much can the price of an asset change?” My proposed answer: “More than you think.”

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The Great Leap Backward*

Economic PolicyProgressivismSocialismWorld History

Blog12/27/2022

More than sixty years ago, Mao launched the disastrous Great Leap Forward. Progressive elites today are trying to force GLF II in the form of the Great Reset. If implemented, it will be even more disastrous than Mao's original folly.

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