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This morning in TownHall Finance, I made the claim that millennials must to reclaim money’s moral high ground. Young people today champion many causes- ranging from gun rights to school choice- but seem to ignore one issue that affects most of their daily interactions: The Federal Reserve’s discretionary monetary policy. This is polemic because: [M]oney plays a prominent role […]READ MORE
Sound Money Research Grants “The economic and moral arguments for sound money” The Atlas Network is proud to sponsor a research grant opportunity for students, young faculty and policy experts who are interested in championing the cause of sound money and a better understanding of sound monetary institutions. Description: The Atlas Network is sponsoring four research grants in […]READ MORE
Credit cards can be great. Their convenience and ease of use, combined with the ability to extend your budget, makes them almost a necessity in today’s world. However, credit cards are not all good; in fact, they actually lead many people into crippling debt, bankruptcy, and financial ruin. While many of my previous posts have discussed why credit is important, this post will exclusively provide caution to people just beginning their use of credit cards.READ MORE
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