Mises Wire

The Pope's Favorite Straw Man: "Individualism"

Media and CulturePolitical Theory

Blog05/01/2017
Pope Francis's latest attack on "libertarian individualism" shows a deep ignorance of both libertarianism, and its relationship with markets.

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Social Justice and Mediocre Intellectuals

Big Government

Blog05/01/2017
No intelligent man could fail to recognize that the left's aim was the abolition of the individual's freedom.

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China's Plan to Subvert the Global Dollar Standard

Global EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog04/30/2017
Are China and Russia prepared to escalate the financial war with America? It won't be easy, but they're increasingly motivated to do so.

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Central Banks' Obsession with Price Stability Leads to Economic Instability

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog04/28/2017
The Fed's monetary policies that aim at stabilizing the price level actually undermine economic fundamentals.

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Jonathan Newman: Fake Science

Big GovernmentMedia and Culture

04/28/2017Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Jonathan Newman discuss how politicized pseudoscience silences debate and drives dubious public policy.

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An Interview with James Buchanan

Monetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought

04/28/2017Interview
An interview with James Buchanan, founder of the public choice school and 1987 Nobel Prize recipient in economic science.

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Colorado House Votes to Bar State Agents from Assisting Federal Police

Legal System

Blog04/28/2017
If passed into law, the legislation would prohibit police from helping enforce federal laws that violate any right protected by the state constitution.

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The March for Science Attacks Free Thought

EducationThe EnvironmentPolitical Theory

Blog04/27/2017
"Science" has morphed into an ideology calling for more government spending, more "social justice," and persecution of dissenters.

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The NFL Draft and the Division of Labor

Free MarketsInterventionism

04/27/2017Mises Daily Articles
The division of labor allowed Mel Kiper Jr. and Joel Buchsbaum to create a niche doing what they love: writing football draft reports.

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ESPN is a Reminder That on the Market, No One Is Too Big to Fail

Free MarketsMedia and Culture

Blog04/27/2017
If ESPN wants to regain its dominance, it must return to what built it in the first place: giving consumers the sports content they want.

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