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  • Ron Paul Reacts to Trump’s Afghanistan Speech

    22 August 2017, by Ron Paul
    By: Ron Paul On Twitter, Ron Paul reacted to President Donald Trump's speech last night calling for increasing US presence in Afghanistan. Register now to see Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell, Daniel McAdams and more at the Ron Paul Institute's Peace and Prosperity Conference in Washington, (...)
  • Austrian Monetary Theory vs. Federal Reserve Inflation Targeting

    22 August 2017, by Richard M. Ebeling
    By: Richard M. Ebeling One of the leading policy guideposts for central banks and many monetary policy proponents nowadays is the idea of “inflation targeting.” Several major central banks around the world, including the Federal Reserve in the United States, have set a goal of two percent price (...)
  • Ron Paul Institute Statement on Trump’s Afghanistan Speech

    22 August 2017, by Daniel McAdams
    By: Daniel McAdams Like me, many of you watched President Trump's train wreck of a speech on Afghanistan earlier tonight. It's nearly midnight and I am still reeling. I guess it was too much to ask to hear him admit the obvious and draw the obvious conclusions: After 16 years - the longest war (...)
  • Why Was Ancient China so Good at War, and so Bad at Commerce?

    22 August 2017, by Matthew McCaffrey
    By: Matthew McCaffrey China’s rise to the status of global economic power has invited enormous interest in its cultural and political heritage. Historians tend to be fascinated by China’s erratic economic progress and rich history of innovation, each of which have, at different times, both (...)
  • The Chinese Economy’s Fatal Flaws

    22 August 2017, by William Hongsong Wang
    By: William Hongsong Wang Dr. Per Bylund’s recently published article poignantly states one of the core problems in the Chinese economy and its the state-manipulated Keynesian foundation. I do agree with his opinion. And if we dig deeper into the exact situation of Chinese economy, we will find (...)
  • The Real Cause of America’s Opioid Epidemic

    21 August 2017, by Mark Thornton
    By: Mark Thornton The Opioid epidemic is spreading across the heartland of America. The number of drug overdose deaths from both prescription (e.g., Oxycontin) and black market (e.g., heroin) opiates exceeded 30,000 in 2015. Initial estimates for 2016 indicate yet another new record of deaths. (...)
  • The Levellers: The First Libertarians

    21 August 2017, by Roberta A. Modugno
    By: Roberta A. Modugno The first-ever libertarians were the Levellers, an English political movement active in the seventeenth century. The Levellers contributed to the elaboration of the methodological and political paradigm of individualism, and they are at the origin of the radical strand of (...)
  • Week in Review: August 19, 2017

    19 August 2017, by Mises Institute
    By: Mises Institute The headlines this week were dominated by last weekend's events at Charlottesville. Of course, instead of rejecting the the sort of overly politicized society that makes such escalation inevitable, politicians of both sides tried to seize the moment. As such, we have the (...)
  • The Relationship Between Saving and Money

    19 August 2017, by Frank Shostak
    By: Frank Shostak Conventional wisdom says that savings is the amount of money left after monetary income was used for consumer outlays. Hence, for a given consumer outlays an increase in money income implies more saving and thus more funding for investment. This in turn sets the platform for (...)
  • Chris Calton: Historical Controversies

    18 August 2017, by Chris Calton, Jeff Deist
    By: Chris Calton, Jeff Deist For this week's Mises Weekends, we're excited to share the first episode of a new Mises Institute podcast, Historical Controversies. Hosted by Chris Calton, a Mises Fellow, Historical Controversies is a series that applies a Rothbardian revisionist look to important (...)

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