By Tag "Austrian Economics"
This month represents 45 years since President Richard Nixon closed the "gold window" thus severing the last link between the US Dollar and gold. The results have been 45 years of economic instability, declining living standards for the lower [...]
During his years in Congress, Campaign for Liberty Chair Ron Paul worked to reduce taxes on working Americans. One of Dr. Paul's most notable initiatives in this area was his legislation to reduce taxes on tips. I was reminded of this when I [...]
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently caused a stir when she gave a speech bemoaning the rise of income inequality. Yellen called for government to address this problem through government policies designed to improve education [...]
Donald Trump recently caused controversy by commenting that the federal government would never have to default on the national debt because the Fed can just print more money. Of course, since an increase in the money supply devalues the money, [...]
Today marks twenty years since the passing of "Mr. Libertarian," Murray Rothbard. Rothbard was Ludwig Von Mises' top American student, and Mises' heir as the world's top Austrian economist. Rothbard was also a top-notch philosopher, historian, [...]
Maybe since parts of their editorial examining the flaws in the argument that the Export-Import Bank (Eximbank) creates jobs resemble some of the arguments against Eximbank made by Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and other free-market [...]