Here are a few articles I have collected that are worthy of a click’n’read (I added a few sites in “Links” as well)… Time, yet again for the annual story I have posted for three years around this time: Army says “no more tanks”; Congress says “Oh, you’re gonna have more tanks, all right.” We…Details
A common contention among lay and professional economists alike is that the mechanization of labor will cause unemployment. Any small amount of proper economics lessons (see Bastiat’s call to ban the sun) will rid a believer of this Luddite stupidity. In actuality, labor saving devices make us more wealthy. Your lecture this week is a…Details
Nick Gillespie gives a refresher:
Your lecture this week is a usual around here – Tom Woods, on what the drug war is and how it is corruption incarnate. Enjoy.
Since the blog has been down and I was on vacation, I have a month of links that need to be posted. An older one that does hasn’t expired (yet) is a recent CBO study: The Congressional Budget Office has just published a study, The Distribution of Household Income and Federal Taxes, 2010, which shows…Details
It is disappointing, in some respects, that the sins of money in the West, namely theft via monetary dilution and usury, are no longer a hot button issue for popes. Just after the Reformation, these sins were of particular importance to the Magisterium – but while they may have been bad then, they are surely…Details