capitalism


Beijing Bingo

By Eric Margolis LewRockwell.com August 30, 2015   Beijing Bingo     My father, a New York financier, used to call dubious stocks or bonds,  “Chinese paper.”   Last week, we saw a blizzard of  Chinese paper, both in China and around the world. As manager of a sizeable investment portfolio (an unwelcome second job from […]

Not a Good Year (according to the Chinese Calendar)

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Capitalists Have a Better Plan

By ROBERT P. MURPHY Foundation for Economic Education August 19, 2015   Capitalists Have a Better Plan Why Decentralized Planning Is Superior to Bureaucracy and Socialism   (Image from Shutterstock)   To early 20th-century intellectuals, capitalism looked like anarchy. Why, they wondered, would we trust deliberative, conscious guidance when building a house but not when building […]


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Who Is Building the Private, Peer-to-Peer Marketplace?

By The Freeman Foundation for Economic Education July 28, 2015   Who Is Building the Private, Peer-to-Peer Marketplace? An Interview with Sam Patterson     Sam Patterson (sam@samuelrpatterson.com) is an author and technology enthusiast from Virginia. He has written about decentralized technologies such as bitcoin and OpenBazaar. Sam recently cofounded a company called OB1 to […]


Goldman Sachs should have died in 2008, Now its CEO, Lloyd Blankfein is a billionaire, Thanks taxpayers…Suckers!!!

By Nick Sorrentino Against Crony Capitalism July 18, 2015   Goldman Sachs should have died in 2008, Now its CEO, Lloyd Blankfein is a billionaire, Thanks taxpayers…Suckers!!!     There is some debate around here as to the world’s most crony company. There are many candidates but consistently in the top 5 or so is […]

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