Is it really such a stretch to suppose that when the US government (and Federal Reserve) brings the economy closer to outright socialism — as with Hoover, FDR, Bush, Obama, and Bernanke — that those very interventions hamper the economy? FULL ARTICLE by Robert P. Murphy Join the discussion and post a comment No related posts.No related posts.
The Cold War was an unprecedented form of peacetime socialism, designed to appeal to big business, and Eisenhower became its spokesman. Savvy libertarians knew exactly what was going on and supported Cold War opponent Robert Taft. FULL ARTICLE by Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:The Unthinking Right The Libertarian Legacy of Rose Wilder Lane The Free Market ReaderRelated posts:
Socialism thus survives because of the free market, which constantly tries to repair the damage socialism causes through its taxations, regulations, and debt-fed inflations. The free market self-repairs, reconnects, and reorganizes itself. FULL ARTICLE by Andy Duncan Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:IP and Car Repair The Writing on the Berlin Wall: Pictures of the Socialistic Future Austrian Light on the History of BubblesRelated posts:
I was delighted to find this in a large bookstore in Taipei. Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:Honeymoon at the Mises Institute Going for the HeartRelated posts:
In response to a post on reddit that says, “Net neutrality… isn’t just about speech, it’s also about entrepreneurship and innovation, and it’s about our economy.” a “redditor” responds, So let me get this straight….the government, the same government that punishes success through the tax code, prevents innovation through burdensome regulation, can’t spend within its means, bails out billionaires with working people’s money, and has created a ponzi scheme in the form of social security to threatens to bankrupt the nation, and generally screwed up everything it has ever touched, getting involved in regulating the internet, is going to help... Continue ReadingRelated posts:
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Increase: Four British banks – Barclays, HSBC, Standard Chartered and Lloyds – are expected to announce a 15 per cent increase in profits Daily Mail | Jan 31, 2011 By Ben Griffiths Four of Britain’s largest banks are preparing to … Continue reading →
Reuters | Jan 30, 2011 By Harriet McLeod Harriet Mcleod CHARLESTON, South Carolina (Reuters) – In a small laboratory on an upper floor of the basic science building at the Medical University of South Carolina, Vladimir Mironov, M.D., Ph.D., has … Continue reading →
Peter Klein and Nicolai Foss are authors of the winning paper in the Journal of Private Enterprise for 2010: “Alertness, Action, and the Antecedents of Entrepreneurship.” Join the discussion and post a comment Related posts:Foss & Klein: “Austrian Economics and the Transaction Cost Approach to the Firm” [Libertarian Papers] A Critique of the Entrepreneurship Literature It’s Ostrom and WilliamsonRelated posts:
The Guardian reports: “Shots sound like they are coming from the east of the city, Peter Beaumont says. Tracer rounds from heavy calibre weapons suggest they are military. Bursts from the direction of the airport and Heliopolis – where the pres...
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