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John Tamny

United’s Bid for Supersonic Supremacy Vivifies Burden of Government

“It’s something to keep in mind in consideration of the massive size of the federal government. Trillions in annual spending by politicians logically limits the amount of capital available for businesses trying to improve the present, or in Aerion’s case, striving to create a much better future.” ~ John Tamny


J.P. Koning

Hyperbitcoinization: By Choice or by Force?

“It’s hard to avoid the conclusion that bitcoin’s culture is changing. Getting to 100% bitcoin adoption remains a core plank of the bitcoin community. But now all routes to that goal seem open, including the use of government force.” ~ J.P. Koning


Robert E. Wright

The Horrors of Hyperinflation

“Governments have few universally accepted goals. National defense, protection of property, and stability of the unit of account are arguably the three most important because all else rides on them. Hyperinflation destroys all three, so any serious risk of hyperinflation is simply unacceptable from a policy standpoint.” ~ Robert E. Wright


Robert Hughes

Pandemic Pressures Continue to Unwind in Housing

“Home construction activity showed additional signs of cooling in May. The combination of a reopening economy that may be reversing pandemic-related housing preferences and rising single-family prices appear to be impacting activity.” – Robert Hughes


Ethan Yang

Has the Government Forgotten How Society Works?

“The premise for the modern administrative state is the dubious notion that the federal government can scientifically plan the lives of hundreds of millions of people. The practical outcome is a regime of sheer incompetence and counterproductive policymaking that is fundamentally at odds with the normal functioning of society. It is a system meant not for a nation of pioneers and entrepreneurs, but hall monitors and clerks.” ~ Ethan Yang


James Bovard

Defining Down Freedom

“Politicians vindicated lockdowns by claiming that all the sacrifices are justified if they ‘save just one life.’ But what about ‘just one freedom’ – especially freedoms previously enjoyed by hundreds of millions of people? Instead of ‘Build Back Better’ further empowering reckless rulers, we need to ‘Build Back Freer.'” ~ James Bovard


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