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Tag Archives: economics

Watch ‘Bitcoin Uprising’ – Very Cool (Video)

Like it or not Bitcoin is changing the world. A year ago very few people outside of wonky libertarian financial circles even knew what Bitcoin was. Now it is known by everyone, including and especially governments and central banks. They for the most part are not keen on the crypto-currency. And one can understand why. The central planners have no control over Bitcoin and that scares them to death. How are they supposed to manipulate monetary policy if everyone is using blockchain based virtual currencies?

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62 Percent of Americans Say They Favor a Flat Tax

Americans want a flat tax, overwhelmingly. It would be good for the general economy in a myriad of ways. (Assuming it was set at a low enough rate.) Just think for instance of how many millions of man hours lost to wading through our labyrinthine tax code could instead be put to productive use. A flat tax would just make life so much EASIER.

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Pro-Business or Pro-Market: The GOP can’t have it both ways anymore

We’ve said it many times here, and many others have said it before us in other places. Free markets are not typically the friend of big corporations with lots of market share, money, and friends in government. These companies are already fat and happy. Free markets and free prices allow new challengers to enter the marketplace. This brings prices down and quality up. Not what the fat firms want.

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