Another Financial Crisis in the Making
World-wide stock markets plunged yesterday as the ongoing sovereign debt crisis in Europe is worsening. The Dow fell 1000 points–its worst ever intraday drop–before rebounding, but still ended down more than 3 percent (as did the S&P 500 and Nasd …READ MORE
Spending on Full
On Wednesday, I posted a link to a Freedom Daily article by Jim Powell. It was a very interesting article. I highly recommend it for those who are not aware of the history of Argentina and its fall from prosperity. I also highly recommend it to those w …READ MORE
Wolf and Krugman Discuss Austrian Economics
Martin Wolf (Financial Times) and Paul Krugman (New York Times) discuss Austrian economics.READ MORE
We Are Not All Keynesians Now
The financial crisis and global recession has brought traditional Keynesian policies back to the fore. However, not all economists are Keynesians now.READ MORE
“Why Default on U.S. Treasuries is Likely”
“Almost everyone is aware that federal government spending in the United States is scheduled to skyrocket, primarily because of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. Recent “stimulus” packages have accelerated the process. Only the naively optimisti …READ MORE
“Garrett Demands Further Answers from Geithner”
“Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) is calling on Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to clarify the uncertainty surrounding the status of the GSE debt; specifically, whether the corporate debt issued by Fannie and Freddie is considered sovereign debt.” Read mo …READ MORE
The Healthcare Question Revisited
A few weeks ago, I wrote a piece on the effect the new healthcare bill will have on your money, namely, the inflation that will result when the new system begins to run over the budget. This week, I’d like to address a few of the reasons why I believe …READ MORE
How Does Obamacare Affect Your Money?
Last August, Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor for National Review magazine and a contributor to many leading newspapers such as the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal, published a Time article on Obamacare and its paradoxes. O …READ MORE
“Stimulus Measures May Lead to Another Crisis”
“Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor D Subbarao expressed is fears that the stimulus packages rolled out by central banks and governments to resolve the global financial meltdown, could lead to another financial debacle. This could be in the form of c …READ MORE
The Tell-Tale Stockman
Research Reports – 1981, Issue: 49 Also: The Myth of Objectivity: What Did David Stockman Say?READ MORE
A Change of Fiscal Policy?
Research Reports – 12/01/1952READ MORE
Who is Chasing Butterflies?
Research Reports – 09/17/1951READ MORE