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How Economic Aggregation Hides the Problems of Interventionism

By Gary Galles Mises.org February 8, 2015   How Economic Aggregation Hides the Problems of Interventionism   I was going through the textbook for my economics principles course recently, thinking about how I could better reconcile the fact that since only individuals choose, the logic of economics is about individual choices facing the fact of […]

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Most Americans on Brink of Financial Disaster

Most Americans on Brink of Financial Disaster

By Andrea Germanos Common Dreams January 30, 2015   Most Americans on Brink of Financial Disaster New Pew report highlights “financial fragility” of most U.S. households.       Despite reports of economic recovery, most Americans’ household financial security is anything but secure. So finds a report released Thursday by Pew Charitable Trusts which looks […]


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Anyone That Believes That Collapsing Oil Prices Are Good For The Economy Is Crazy

By Michael Snyder Economic Collapse Blog   Anyone That Believes That Collapsing Oil Prices Are Good For The Economy Is Crazy   Are much lower oil prices good news for the U.S. economy?  Only if you like collapsing capital expenditures, rising unemployment and a potential financial implosion on Wall Street.  Yes, lower gasoline prices are […]