infrastructure


No, We Don't Need a Federal "Solution" to Infrastructure Problems

No, We Don’t Need a Federal “Solution” to Infrastructure Problems

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute January 10, 2018   No, We Don’t Need a Federal “Solution” to Infrastructure Problems   On December 19, an Amtrak train in Washington State killed three people and injured 100 others when it derailed and crashed into traffic lanes on a nearby highway. The day before, Atlanta’s international airport suffered a […]


China: A Keynesian Monster

By Per Bylund Mises Institute August 4, 2017   China: A Keynesian Monster     I recently spent two weeks traveling in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), a vast country with many contrasts: old vs. new, poor vs. rich, traditional vs. modern, East vs. West. While it is a strange experience with many impressions, what’s […]

China: A Keynesian Monster

The Myth of Infrastructure Spending

The Myth of Infrastructure Spending

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute June 14, 2017   The Myth of Infrastructure Spending   Trump’s $1-trillion infrastructure spending plan continues to be one of his less controversial proposed policies. In Washington, and even among many in the general public, there is a consensus that government spending on more roads and bridges is always necessarily a […]


How Governments Justify Theft is a Fallacy: Wealth Was Created before Taxation

By Daily Bell Staff The Daily Bell April 18, 2017   How Governments Justify Theft is a Fallacy: Wealth Was Created before Taxation     Do we owe society taxes? Tax day is tomorrow. Some people get excited because they will get money back which the government withheld–a clever trick that makes people feel less oppressed […]

How Governments Justify Theft is a Fallacy: Wealth Was Created before Taxation

What The Swiss Can Teach New York City

What The Swiss Can Teach New York City

By Eric Margolis LewRockwell.com June 3, 2016   What The Swiss Can Teach New York City     NEW YORK CITY – America is falling apart.  Anyone who travels in this great land knows it. This great city is crumbling.  I’m scared to take the underwater tunnels to Long Island or New Jersey. Our local […]


Frank Shostak

Does Europe Have Demand Deficiency Syndrome?

By Frank Shostak Mises.org   Does Europe Have Demand Deficiency Syndrome?   In his Financial Times article “The curse of weak global demand,” Martin Wolf writes that today’s most important economic illness is chronic demand deficiency syndrome. Wolf argues that despite massive monetary pumping by the central banks of the US and the EMU, and […]


U.S. Treasury Department Guarantees Debt Issued by the Jordanian Government

  Source: http://libertyblitzkrieg.com By Michael Krieger   U.S. Treasury Department Guarantees Debt Issued by the Jordanian Government   In a bizarre announcement yesterday, the U.S. Treasury Department boasted that the government of Jordan had closed on a $1.25 issuance of sovereign debt guaranteed by the U.S. government. While I am not sure how common it […]