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Emil Kauder as an Austrian Dehomogenizer

History of the Austrian School of Economics


Names like Menger, Böhm-Bawerk, Wieser, Hayek, and Rothbard are well-known to adherents of the Austrian school of economics. Emil Kauder isn't one of those names, but Murray Rothbard brings his contributions to Austrian thinking to light.

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Entrepreneurship Should Be the Goal, Not White-Collar Jobs

The EntrepreneurPovertySocialismEntrepreneurship


Many of the best-known civil rights leaders eschewed entrepreneurship, emphasizing that blacks seek employment in the professions and government jobs.

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Economic Winter Has Arrived

The FedInflationU.S. EconomyBusiness Cycles


The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates and we know what follows, given there has been more than a decade of malinvestments building up: severe recession.

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Even after Admitting She Underestimated Inflation, Janet Yellen Still Doesn't Understand What It Is

Central BanksThe FedInflationGold StandardInterventionism


Janet Yellen admits she underestimated inflation, but she still does not realize that inflation is not higher prices, but the increase in fiat money that forces up prices.

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Even When There Is Inflation, the Fed STILL Fights Falling Prices

The FedInflation


Forget the notion that the Fed "fights inflation." In fact, the Fed exists to promote inflation.

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Elon Musk versus the Woke Cartel

Bureaucracy and RegulationProgressivism


Because of Elon Musk's attempt to take over Twitter, Tesla has been removed from the S&P's ESG Index, an action that exposes ESG for what it really is: a woke cartel.

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End Roe v. Wade: It's Time to Defederalize Abortion Policy

U.S. History


The SCOTUS decision on abortion isn't really about the legality of abortion in America. It's all about how far you have to drive to get one. But many progressives can't stand that people have different values in different places. 

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Elon Musk's Twitter Gambit and What It Means to the "Clique in Power"

Cronyism and Corporatism


Contrary to what progressives may claim, Twitter has not been the "town hall for democracy," but rather an enforcer for "wokeness, political fealty, and obedience to official state dictates and narratives."

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