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Who Are the Wealth Destroyers, Politicians or Billionaires?

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe EntrepreneurProgressivismSocialismU.S. EconomyEntrepreneurship


Politicians like Elizabeth Warren and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are demanding that successful entrepreneurs be taxed into oblivion. The real parasites are the politicians who destroy wealth instead of creating it.

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Why the Regime Needs the Dollar to Be the Global Reserve Currency

Money and BanksWar and Foreign Policy


Even a partial weakening of the dollar's global demand will limit the US regime's ability to throw its weight around internationally. Yet Washington is unwilling to do what's necessary to prevent it. 

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What Will Our Energy Future Be? A Few Ideas

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe EnvironmentPoliticsPrice Controls


With the government foolishly handicapping the oil and gas industries and pushing other alternatives, the future is not very bright.

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Would Stress Tests Have Prevented the Failure of SVB? Probably Not

Bureaucracy and RegulationThe FedInflationMoney and Banks


While progressives are claiming the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was due to poor regulation, the real problem is the easy money policy of the Fed.

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With the Trump Indictment, America Is a Step Closer to Being a Banana Republic



Democratic politicians and supporters are cheering the Trump indictment, but the entire process has been so politicized that its legitimacy is easily called into question.

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Wisdom from a Yenta

PhilosophySocialismWorld HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology


Philosopher Susan Neiman may be a leftist, but she recognizes the dangers of woke progressivism.

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Why Most of the World Isn't on Board with the NATO-Russia War

AntipoliticsWar and Foreign Policy


Many governments support continuing the Ukraine war, but ordinary people in Europe, America, and the developing world fear the war will bring economic disaster. 

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Why Fractional Reserve Banking Is behind Bank Failures

Central BanksMonetary PolicyMoney and Banks


Suppose an addict had the ability to magically create, ex nihilo, his own stimulating drug, as fractional reserve banks can do with money and credit. Would you expect moderation?

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