This video is from March of 2012 at the Mises Institute. In it Hunter explains why it is that the current economic regime is fundamentally corrupt and what to do about the situation.
In a September 11 Bloomberg article, economist Noah Smith claims that John Maynard Keynes, the architect of today’s government economic policies around the world, wasn’t a “‘socialist’” or even a “‘progressive.’” He did not favor “a command economy.”
Yes he “was in favor of some amount of wealth redistribution and government intervention into the economy.” But “Keynesian policies are fundamentally … about economic stability,… about smoothing out the fluctuations in the economy, reducing risk for everyone concerned.”
Dr. Paul introduced a truly small government philosophy to millions. The unassuming doctor from Texas, a Congressman long in the intellectual wilderness but consistent in message, has had arguably as much impact in this young century on American politics as any other American political figure. Politics is different today, and I would argue very much better, for Paul’s evangelizing.
Attached is a a bit of market based white lightning. It’s not for everyone.
The attached article comes from John Stossel who was at the International Students for Liberty conference this past weekend in Washington DC. I was there too, and John is right. Millennials are absolutely oriented toward liberty, much more so than their parents, that is for sure.
Michael: I’m working for my father now. He’s been sick, very sick.
Kay: But you’re not like him, Michael. I thought you weren’t going to become a man like your father. That’s what you told me.
Michael: My father’s no different than any other powerful man – any man who’s responsible for other people, like a senator or a president.
Kay: [laughs] You know how naïve you sound?
Kay: Senators and presidents don’t have men killed.
Michael: Oh, who’s being naïve, Kay?
-From the film The Godfather
A century ago the the Creature from Jekyll Island showed itself to the world. It was a sad day for the United States.
This essay by Murray Rothbard holds particular relevance as the Trans Pacific Partnership continues to be negotiated in secret.
We have followed Bitcoin from its birth. It is a challenge to the world’s central banks. It is a challenge to the world’s governments. It is a challenge to the super crony capitalists on Wall Street.
This is street fighting money.