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Emmanuel Sessegon

The Economics of South Park

This cartoon has some surprisingly sound arguments on social issues and economics. 

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Jeffrey Tucker

Tariffs Have Not Been Paid by China; They Have Not Raised Revenue on Net

Let us at least learn from the real-time history and experiment in process right now. Let us look at the facts and compare them with the promised results.

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Adam Thierer

How Regulation Wrecks Innovation

Many laws and regulations create direct or indirect barriers to the emergence of new ideas and organizations.

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Phillip W. Magness

How Universities Misuse Donor Dollars

A philanthropist donated $5 million to create professorships in Austrian economics. The university used it to hire faculty in other fields.

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John Tamny

All Music Is Derivative, Gloriously So

Entrepreneurs from around the world (including China) want to “steal” or imitate the clever doings of creative minds in the U.S because the U.S. is the most prosperous and creative nation in the world. Pundits view this as a threat, think we should empower the federal government to penalize the theft, but the much bigger worry would be if the creative found nothing worth emulating.

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Edward Stringham

The Fed Reverses Course (Video with Edward Stringham)

The Federal Reserve is preparing to cut interest rates for the first time in a decade because it sees a cooling global economy and no sign of overheating in the jobs market at home. AIER President Edward Stringham joins Bloomberg to give his insight.

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