As Robert Higgs notes here, governments are not subject to the same moral code as individuals. Facts of the case: My wife and I live in an area with one neighbor nearby. One day, I knock on my neighbor’s door and demand that he give me $10,000. He wants to know what the devil I…Details
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The Lumineers – Hey Ho
Walter E. Williams notes in your lecture of the week this week that when law and morality do not coincide, the whole system breaks down:
May is the best month! Most of the following deserve their own posts, but I have been extremely busy, and a blurb will have to do… Everyone should be in favor of lowering taxes for the rich (and for all, of course). The reason, in sum, is that the capital goods sector, largely financed by…Details
Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state lives at the expense of everyone.
Tomorrow the blog won’t be updated, but I have some things of interest for the next few days, so STAY TUNED… (plus, you have a lecture to keep you busy)
You do not need to believe that there is a plan to pull the wool over the people’s eyes to understand that the government is inefficient at what it does, and that for every inefficiency that it has within its own ranks, some seeps into the market to the detriment of all. Cars are a…Details
From what I understand, I have been pretty terrible at posting lately. I’ll work on it!!!
Your lecture this week explains why NeoKeynesianism is an ideology b the rich, for the rich and their special interests. Hunter Lewis, ladies and gents: