Monthly Archives: January 2013

Weekly Web Gems

Money in bad faith . . . Judy Shelton on how the Fed is not your friend. What’s it like to be an astronaut? . . . NASA’s Jerry Carr tells in animation. The¬†College Loan¬†Crisis . . . Is it … Continue reading

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Fire them fast! . . . Mark Matson discusses a crucial HR lesson for business owners and managers. Aspiring to the Ivy league?. . . Think again. Nathan Harden of The College Fix describes Yale’s latest expression of “academic freedom.” … Continue reading

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Did he really just say that?. . . Paul Krugman wants more spending, quantitative easing, and inflation. A perfect demonstration of the broken window fallacy. The broken window fallacy . . . good time for a refresher. Oh yeah, externalities … Continue reading

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Test Your Free-Market Knowledge . . . yes, it’s a quiz. Conservative?. . . Professor Stephen Davies of the Institute of Economic Affairs explains why you should be a libertarian too. Liquidating Santa Claus . . . What happens now … Continue reading

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