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Climate Change and the Power of Scaremongering

The New York Times and the scientists it cites in “U.S. Climate Report Warns of Damaged Environment and Shrinking Economy” (11/23/18), either do not understand simple mathematics, or rely...
Raymond C. Niles- Jan 14, 2019

Straightforward Facts About the American Economy

The multitude of today’s means of instant communication and online interaction is routinely blamed for making us more polarized as a nation and even as a species. The allegation is that...
Donald J. Boudreaux- Jan 14, 2019

Financial Inclusion: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

In a recent article, Sound Money Project contributor Brian Albrecht reviewed the findings from a recent NBER working paper on the impact of mobile banking in Sri Lanka. The authors found...
Scott A. Burns- Jan 14, 2019

Father of Protectionism: The Baneful but Lasting Influence of Friedrich List

What is the purpose of trade between nations? For Adam Smith and his generation, which includes most of the American founding generation, it was to further the wealth and happiness of...
Jeffrey A. Tucker- Jan 13, 2019

Thanks to Their Student Loans, Millennials Expect to Die in Debt

Adulting, the now common idiom goes, is hard. And to many millennials, the grim realization that debt will always be part of their lives is not making it any easier. In some cases, their...
Chloe Anagnos- Jan 13, 2019

No, This Shutdown Does Not Look Like Liberty

Some people are suffering. Some people don’t care. But for the pundits following the government shutdown, it’s been an epic battle. The partisans of the president are cheering while the...
Jeffrey A. Tucker- Jan 12, 2019


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