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U.S. EconomyPolitical Theory
Contrary to the common myth, labor unions mean fewer jobs and more competition among workers.
The FedU.S. EconomyMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
A Wall Street crisis would become a Main Street crisis without quantitative easing, or so the story began in Nov. 2008. Have you seen a recovery?
Big GovernmentThe FedGlobal EconomyU.S. Economy
There is just no relief from the constant drum beat for more and more government intervention in the economy.
Taxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyBusiness Cycles
Real income and wealth growth in the United States peaked in the 1990s, and has been declining since.
U.S. EconomyValue and Exchange
Economists generally do not like high transactions costs. But they can be good when imposed on governments.
When we look at the federal debt as a percentage of tax revenues, the US is behind only Japan when it comes to debt loads.
U.S. EconomyBusiness CyclesInterventionism
Delving further into the jobs report, we see that many of the jobs that were supposedly created were jobs in government.
Global EconomyU.S. EconomyAustrian Economics Overview
Disappointed with weak growth worldwide, central banks look poised to crank out more easy money.
Booms and BustsU.S. EconomyBusiness Cycles
The media is telling us how excellent the latest jobs numbers are. Unfortunately, it's more of the same for what is the weakest recovery in decades.
Federal policies have done nothing to increase homeownership over the past fifty years. Perhaps it is time to leave housing markets alone.