Tag Archives: Austrian Economics

Your Revolution is Rather Resistible: a Critique

I wrote the following critique in February 2012 which I planned to publish on either a collaborative libertarian website or my own blog. Unfortunately, the document was “swept” into a random folder on an old computer, and neither ever occured… … Continue reading

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Government Contractors and the Perpetuation of War

Lockheed Martin has been working on its F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jet since October 26th, 2001. Like Bell Boeing’s V-22 Osprey tilt-rotor personnel aircraft, the F-35 has had a long and infamous development phase over the past 12 years. Its … Continue reading

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Public Debt: A New Perspective

I just finished reading an article by Philip Bagus from a few weeks back regarding public debt, both internal and external, and I’ve a new perspective on the subject. You can find the article here. So, a question to start:  … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Minimum Wage

Statists love to flaunt their ostensible compassion for the masses. This is the very nature of the welfare state. Many times these welfare policies are accepted by the masses and lauded for their charity and concern for the poor, the … Continue reading

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Robert Reich Jumps Off a Cliff

Last night on NPR’s Marketplace segment, Robert Reich gave his commentary on the European debt crisis and the supposed results of the austerity measures taken to correct the crisis there. From the onset of the first sentence of Reich’s opinion, … Continue reading

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