Biden’s War against Foss...

Dec 29, 2021 by

Mark Hendrickson A few months ago, I wrote about President Biden’s anti–fossil fuel policies. Among other steps designed to restrict...

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The Individual in Society

Dec 11, 2021 by

The words freedom and liberty signified for the most eminent representatives of mankind one of the most precious and desirable goods....

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My Time with the FBI

Sep 25, 2021 by

The FBI’s power and federal legitimacy are far more tenuous than Washington recognizes. Beyond the nation’s big cities, federal...

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The Great Keynesian Coup of Au...

Aug 11, 2021 by

William L. Anderson On August 15, 1971, the last remains of what had been a magnificent monetary system died a terrible death, and...

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Unmasking the Latest Bipartisa...

Aug 4, 2021 by

William L. Anderson It is summer in the United States, which means temperatures are hot and western forests and grasslands are...

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Democracy’s Road to Tyra...

Jul 24, 2021 by

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn Plato, in his Republic, tells us that tyranny arises, as a rule, from democracy. Historically, this process...

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Fiat Money Economies Are Built...

Jul 20, 2021 by

Thorsten Polleit Now and then, it pays to take a step back to get a broader perspective on things, to look beyond the daily financial...

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The Stimulus Boom Is Already O...

Jun 29, 2021 by

Daniel Lacalle The United States retail sales and jobless claims weakness, significantly below estimates, coincides with the largest...

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Why America’s Oligarchs ...

Jun 15, 2021 by

José Niño These days it’s not your typical latte-sipping millennials who are going woke. Taking a stroll around America’s largest...

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The Origins of Keynesian Econo...

Jun 8, 2021 by

Robert Blumen The British Austrian economist W.H. Hutt was a great critic of Keynes’s economic theories. However, his speculations on...

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How the Fed Learned to Stop Wo...

May 22, 2021 by

  Joseph T. Salerno In this selection from chapter 19 of Reassessing the Presidency (newly available as an ebook from the Mises...

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How the Feds Blackmail College...

Apr 10, 2021 by

Zachary Yost The Washington Post reports that a group of thirty-three current and former students at Christian colleges are suing the...

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Progressivism’s Failures...

Apr 3, 2021 by

Eben Macdonald As I write, the Democratic Congress is contemplating various measures designed to alleviate poverty levels in the...

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The Property-Based Social Orde...

Apr 2, 2021 by

Zachary Yost Readers of the Mises Wire are no doubt familiar with the negative consequences of central banking and the inflationary...

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Biden’s Rescue Plan Won’...

Mar 20, 2021 by

“Poverty in society is overcome by productivity, and in no other way. There is no political alchemy which can transmute diminished...

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Why the State Won’t Tole...

Mar 12, 2021 by

Zachary Yost On February 25, the House of Representatives passed the Equality Act, a bill that is touted as a step forward for civil...

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Biden’s Troop Deployment...

Feb 11, 2021 by

James Bovard “Tyranny in form is the first step towards tyranny in substance,” warned Senator John Taylor two hundred years ago in...

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Title IX Will Become a Vehicle...

Feb 6, 2021 by

Wendy McElroy President Joe Biden vowed to put a “quick end” to the Trump administration’s Title IX regulations and return to...

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Socialists Claim Their System ...

Jan 12, 2021 by

Bradley Thomas In a December 23 article published on mises.org, Lipton Matthews made the compelling case for advocates of free market...

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Why It’s Important to Ma...

Dec 25, 2020 by

Yes, capitalism is more efficient than socialism, but to build a compelling argument for free market capitalism, defenders of liberty...

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