This past summer was anything but good for limited government supporters. We saw yet another killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white cop, followed by a military-style occupation by police of a suburban community. Parentless children along America’s
In his work A Critique of Interventionism, Ludwig von Mises concluded that an endless progression of interventions was the inevitable consequence of otherwise well-intentioned policy makers “In a private property order isolated intervention fails to achieve what its sponsors hoped
The progressive Keynesians don’t like the “conservative love affair” with Canada. In particular, they are pushing back against the people who are pointing to the Canadian government’s budget-slashing starting in the mid-1990s as an example of “fiscal austerity” that did
The worship of science is a peculiar feature of our age, especially given the incredibly broad and non-specific nature of the term, and the vast quantitative and qualitative differences in outcomes from various types of research within the scientific disciplines.
Take a look at the breathtaking array of government policies designed to fix every conceivable problem citizens might encounter. Look at the laws governing labor unions, minimum wage laws, occupational licensure, unemployment insurance, stimulus spending; look at the endless efforts
In a recent Business Insider interview Paul Krugman showcased his uncanny ability to utterly mislead viewers on the state of economic science, without actually lying. Here’s a portion of the exchange (which I am typing from the verbal interview): JOE