For decades, we’ve been told that only top-down mandates from the government can organize people to protect the environment, but in many cases, the federal government actually does more harm than good.
Tag - economy
In the midst of yet another American banking crisis, the so-called experts are at a loss to explain how these crises keep happening. But there is an answer, and it’s one that Austrian economists have known for more than a century.
Less interest in the military means more interest on civilization’s capital accumulation.
The Threat of a Central Digital Currency | Guest: Rep. Warren Davidson | Ep 218
Cryptocurrency has the potential to liberate millions of people from the government’s money system, but there are some who want to use that very tool for evil instead of good.
Blindsight is 2020: Perspectives on COVID Policies from Dissident Scientists, Philosophers, Artists, and More
My position—shared by many scientists, as it turns out—is that a pandemic is not just a scientific problem, but a human one.
As always, the middle will be screwed by the margins. The young and childless and the old and childlike will try to fleece one another, only to settle their sights on the easiest mark: the tax-paying, burden-carrying median.
So this is Christmas, and what have you done, besides bulk-order your spoiled spawns’ wish list off Amazon and wait for elvin couriers to maniacally rush the goods to your door?
With rampant inflation threatening to shrink the holiday season, Matt and Terry Kibbe embark on their annual tree hunt, refusing to let Government Grinches steal their Christmas cheer.
The economy seems to be slipping into a perfect storm: prices and interest rates jumping, with shelves half-stocked.
What We Talk About When We Talk About the Economy | Guest: Per Bylund | Ep 201
Matt Kibbe talks with economist Per Bylund, who explains what the economy actually is and how it works in terms that are easy for anyone to understand.