Jeff Deist gives an introduction to the seminar “Inflation: Causes, Consequences and Cure” hosted by the Mises Institute and discusses how to break through the clutter. Matt Drudge and Information Overload | Jeff Deist – YouTube. If you like the work here then please donate today. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe […]
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Jeff Deist and Joseph Salerno discuss income inequality and the Austrian perspective on income inequality. The Austrians differentiate between income inequality from consumer demand and that generated due to government income plundering. When producers earn money in the market based upon consumer demand that is fair. When government does it redistribution that is doled out […]
The speaker panel segment of the recent Mises Circle event in Houston discussing the police state. The Police State: Know It When You See It | Speaker Panel – YouTube.
The speaker panel from the seminar The Police State: Know It When You See It, including Tom Woods, Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell and Jeff Deist answer questions from the audience. Press Play Recorded at the Mises Circle Southwest Regional in Houston, 18 January 2014. Featuring Ron Paul, Lew Rockwell, Tom Woods, and Jeff Deist. Also […]
In the modern United States, federal laws are now so numerous and written so broadly and vaguely, that it is nearly impossible to make it through the day without breaking at least one of them. And through it all, an enormous government apparatus of prisons, prosecutors, police, and bureaucrats remains well-funded, powerful, and nearly impossible […]
From Mises.org (listen to speech here) Editor’s Note: The following is a selection from a speech by Mises Institute President Jeff Deist at the Southwest Regional Mises Circle in Houston, “The Police State: Know It When You See It,” on January 18, 2014. Today when we use the term peace officer, it sounds antiquated and […]
Jeff Deist provides an overview of The Ludwig von Mises Institute of Auburn, Alabama started thirty years by the great economist Lew Rockwell. Segment 7 Segment 8 via The philosophy of the great economic think tank The Mises Institute, Economic Discussions and Politics « Korelin Economics Report.
The Mises Institute in 2014 | Jeff Deist Free markets all the time, no exceptions. Carry the logic of free markets thru to their logical conclusion for maximum liberty, prosperity and peace. It will not be utopian but it will provide for maximum freedom and liberty and a better place for everybody. Note: Don’t waste […]