Monthly Archives: February 2016

Those Weird Home-Schoolers and other FREE-MARKET GEMS

Free Stuff! . . . Jonathan Newman of Mises takes us through the economics of the free lunch. And surprise! It’s the unhindered free market that does the best job of matching up abundance with those who need it, and … Continue reading

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Saying NO to the Lame Duck and other FREE-MARKET GEMS

Negative Interest Rates – Is that a thing? . . . Radical monetary policy is going to get even weirder if the US central bank follows those of Japan, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the EU. But it won’t work because … Continue reading

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Trump and Bernie’s Gift to Us All: and other FREE-MARKET GEMS

Ron Paul’s Great Hope . . . the failure of current economic policies. And when it inevitably happens, the message of liberty will be even louder. What Rand Brought to the Race . . . Like his father before him, … Continue reading

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The Free Market Can’t Solve Your Problems, and other GEMS

No Faith in the Free Market . . . It’s not the market itself that has virtue, but the participants in it. This is not just semantics – it’s an important distinction when going head to head with big government … Continue reading

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