Game of Thrones, Alanis Morissette, and Rothbard: Your Weekly Web Gems

Tinkering with wage control . . . Obama’s latest foray into the business of small business would re-write the rules for overtime and salaried workers. No surprise that such policies are fraught with unintended consequences and may only hurt those it’s intended to help.

The book that saved economics (3:50). . . .Joe Salerno reviews Rothbard’s Man, Economy, and State

Isn’t It Ironic? The gov’t surveillance version (2:00) . .  Remy updates Alanis Morissette’s hit. The references are obscure, but hilarious.

The Game of Thrones must be stopped (3:00) . . . metaphorically speaking, that is. Prof. Matthew McCaffrey uses the show to explain the nature of political power.

Hope for the American entrepreneur . . . In this issue of Imprimis, John Gordon Steele discusses how the government’s incompetence may be the entrepreneur’s greatest hope.

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