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PoliticsWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
Most Western historians claim that World War I came about because of aggression from Germany and Austria-Hungary. However, Great Britain and its ANZAC allies were not innocent bystanders.
Bureaucracy and RegulationPrice ControlsProgressivismInterventionism
Thanks to their adoring media, politicians create crises and then blame businesses for them. And the political "solutions" are worse than the original problems.
Any realistic review of the Federal Reserve’s MBS experiment would conclude that the Fed should stop buying mortgages.
Only the unhampered capitalist economy allows full and unfettered charity to flourish in society. Dr. Hülsmann’s new book makes the case for private property, sound money, and private charity as the building blocks for a healthy society.
Money and BanksU.S. Economy
The incredible growth and success of SVB could not have happened without negative rates, ultra-loose monetary policy, and the tech bubble that burst in 2022.
The lack of spending during a shutdown wouldn't be a problem if the government hadn't already extracted so much wealth from the private sector to begin with.
Bureaucracy and RegulationCapitalismFree MarketsLegal System
Can private markets only be regulated by government? Hindenburg Research's successes against corporate corruption suggest otherwise.
InflationMonetary PolicyMonetary Theory
As Murray Rothbard wrote, inflation is not an increase in prices. It is, instead, an increase in the supply of money in circulation. The distinction is important.