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Ignorance Is More Costly in Politics than in Markets

By Gary Galles Mises Institute October 17, 2016   Ignorance Is More Costly in Politics than in Markets   For months, I have seen articles about the massive economic ignorance infesting candidates’ views and how they would “fix” what they think are the nation’s problems. They essentially say that neither candidate knows enough to pass an economics principles […]

Ignorance Is More Costly in Politics than in Markets

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The Rise of the Medical Bureaucrat and Centralized Health Care

By Michel Accad Mises.org July 15, 2015   The Rise of the Medical Bureaucrat and Centralized Health Care   In contrast to the expected shortage of tens of thousands of physicians, there appears to be an abundance of health care administrators. Economists and physician-activists at Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) have invoked the […]


DOJ Calls It A Hit Piece: Frontline – The Untouchables

Source: http://video.pbs.org/video/2327953844 Watch The Untouchables on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. Even a fiat currency and the casino game of fractional reserve standards are not enough to cover the never ending greed.  Banks use your deposited money plus imaginary reserve policy funds to make bad bets, and lose.  But who really lost?  The banks get […]

The Untouchables

Welcome To Rome, Albeit The Sequel

There are occasions that I like to look back at and share information that is basic and that I normally assume to be in the general knowledge.  Sadly, I am reminded often through posts read and conversations that this is not the case.  Life evolves in a circular fashion. and this is only visible if […]