Arguments for a “rules based” Fed are gaining momentum on both the political Left and Right— and even among some libertarians. Would the adoption of ideas like NGDP targeting and the “Taylor Rule” really make make the Fed less dangerous? Would they be an improvement on the Fed’s current discretionary approach? Can monetary “rules” really […]
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Hoppe debunks Marxism.
Dr. Williams explains why eliminating the bottom rungs from the job entry ladder may not be a good idea
Professor Sowell brilliantly explains how the herd mentality on the left has worsened race relations in America
By Ron Paul Congress ended the week by passing a continuing resolution keeping the government funded for one more week. This stopgap funding bill is designed to give Congress and the White House more time to negotiate a long-term spending bill. Passage of a long-term spending bill has been delayed over objections to Republican efforts […]
Danielle DiMartino Booth is a former Dallas Fed staffer and author of the new book ‘Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America’. She joins Jeff Deist to talk about her years watching Ivy League PhDs make gross and fundamental errors in an almost comically cloistered environment.
By Ron Paul Audit the Fed recently took a step closer to becoming law, when it was favorably reported by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. This means the House could vote on the bill at any time. The bill passed by voice vote without any objections, although Fed defenders did launch hysterical […]
Professor Ivan Pongracic talks about free market environmentalism at the 2016 Challenge of Liberty Summer Seminar held in Santa Clara, California.
One of the highlights of our Austrian Economics Research Conference is the interaction between scholars and entrepreneurs, and the new ideas that such conversations spark. Here business consultant Hunter Hastings outlines how technological innovation is already making centralized “designed” systems obsolete, and how artificial intelligence opens up a whole new era of spontaneous order.