Monthly Archives: June 2015

Courts, Cats, and Caffeine: FREE-MARKET GEMS

I am the Very Model . . . of a Modern U.S. President. Julian Adorney re-pens A Gilbert & Sullivan classic for the upcoming election season. Cats and Caffeine (4:00) . . . 24-year-old Kanchan Singh beats the D.C. zoning … Continue reading

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Water, Price Tags, and the Power of the Think Tank: FREE-MARKET GEMS

The Stupendous, Amazing PRICE TAG! (3:20) . . . Econ Prof Donald Boudreaux of George Mason University explains how a single price (and our response to it) contains all the necessary information for accurately determining a product or service’s value … Continue reading

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Yachts, Rand, and Hand Grenades: FREE-MARKET GEMS

The Invincible Krugman . . . er, maybe not. Andrew Syrios of Mises Institute takes us down a Paul Krugman memory lane of muffs, misses, and might-have-been’s. Taxing Luxury (1:00) . . . is like fishing with hand grenades. It … Continue reading

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Zombies, Dollars, and Drugs: FREE-MARKET GEMS

Why we invented money (3:00) . . . A great Econ 101 primer and maybe the best, simplest presentation of the problem with quantitative easing. The TPP not-so-free-trade agreement . . . True free trade must always be about decentralizing … Continue reading

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