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Expect the ECB to Use a "Climate Crisis" to Justify Their Next Stimulus Plan

Cronyism and CorporatismThe EnvironmentMoney and Banks

Blog11/23/2019

The ECB, always happy to repeat the mistakes of Japan, is likely to start new programs of debt monetization for green projects and claim it is a different, radical and new measure.

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Money-Supply Growth Accelerates to 28-Month High

Money Supply

Blog11/23/2019

During October 2019, year-over-year growth in the money supply was at 4.95 percent. That's up from September's rate of 3.10 percent, and was up from October 2018's rate of 3.49 percent.

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Why Behavioral Economics Isn't Very Useful

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog11/22/2019

Behavioral economists are masters of comparing apples to oranges and dressing up incorrect statements in fancy language and mathematics.

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Governments Created Too Many Criminals. Now They Want More Regulations to "Solve" the Problem

Blog11/22/2019

If governments really want to help former criminals get jobs, they should stop turning so many small-time offenses into crimes.

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A Problem with Paternalism

Blog11/22/2019

Paternalism has in recent years made a comeback, but its philosophical foundation is quite flimsy.

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The Dark Side of the American Dream

Media and Culture

Blog11/22/2019

Paul Cantor's new book provides a new look at how the "American dream" is shown in pop culture as offering both hope and frustration.

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How "Meaningless Words" Create the Narrative

Big GovernmentMedia and CultureStrategyPolitical Theory

11/21/2019Audio/Video
Jeff Deist speaks at the 2019 Ron Paul Symposium in Lake Jackson, Texas.
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6 Reasons Why the Most Hated Politician in Latin America Became President of Brazil

Socialism

Blog11/21/2019

For many Brazilian voters, Jair Bolsonaro offered a chance to break with decades of failed economic policies. Time will tell if they were right.

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