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Too Many Economic "Truths" Are Built on Fallacies

Economic PolicyThe FedKeynes

Blog11/22/2022

All too often, elite mainstream economists' policy recommendations are built on fallacies. We shouldn't listen.

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The REAL Solution to the Coming Economic Crisis

JapanBusiness CyclesInterventionism

Blog11/19/2022

As the economy moves into recession, we should understand how we got there and what is needed to bring about a quick and lasting recovery.

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The Housing Boom Is Already Over. The Housing Shortage Will Continue.

U.S. Economy

Blog11/17/2022

One might assume that new rounds of monetary stimulus will bring new peaks in housing construction, reversing the ongoing housing shortage.  That hasn't happened.

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The Rise and Fall of Trussonomics

Big GovernmentEuropeFree MarketsStrategy

Blog11/12/2022

In presenting her economic plan, Liz Truss failed spectacularly on one thing: cutting spending. Otherwise, a "tax cut" is not a tax cut at all.

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The Missing Factor in Britain's Economic Recovery Plan

Big GovernmentEuropeKeynes

Blog11/11/2022

As the British economy falters, the government returns to its Keynesian roots. They will find once again that the legacy of J.M. Keynes is inflation and economic ruin.

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The Election Won't Change Much in DC. The Real Battle Is Now in the States.

U.S. History

Blog11/10/2022

It will be nearly impossible to make any real changes in Washington for the next two years. The real battles are now in the states. 

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The Science Is Wrong: It's Soil, Not Oil

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe Environment

Blog11/09/2022

If the so-called experts really want to reduce CO2 emissions, they should look at improving farming methods and forestry, not ridding us of fossil fuels.

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The End of World Dollar Hegemony: Turning the USA into Weimar Germany

Booms and BustsInflation

Blog11/09/2022

Americans think hyperinflation can't happen here. Yet government spending and money creation are out of control, and it will not take much to trigger massive price hikes.

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