Category Archive: 6b.) Mises.org

Panel and Q&A Session w/ Murray N. Rothbard and Joseph T. Salerno

From the very beginning of the US, there were battles over central banking—with Thomas Jefferson leading the pro-gold standard, anti-central banking forces, and Alexander Hamilton championing easy money and an early version of the Federal Reserve. Under President Andrew Jackson, central banking was uprooted. lt wasn't until 1913 that a coalition of bankers and politicians were able to establish the Federal Reserve System.

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Murray Rothbard on War and “Isolationism”

Q: Why, in your view, is isolationism an essential tenet of libertarian foreign policy? A: The libertarian position, generally, is to minimize state power as much as possible, down to zero, and isolationism is the full expression in foreign affairs of the domestic objective of whittling down state power. In other words, interventionism is the opposite of isolationism, and of course it goes on up to war, as the aggrandizement of state power crosses...

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Prof. Thorsten Polleit redet klartext – APOKALYPTISCHE AUSMAßE!!! Der große LOCKDOWN-SCHOCK…

Videoinhalte: Banken Deutschland, Sparkassen Deutschland, Wirtschaft Deutschland, Finanzen Deutschland , Geld Deutschland , Kapital Deutschland, Aktien Deutschland , Börse Deutschland , Immobilien Deutschland , Politik Deutschland , Medien Deutschland , Gold, Goldmünzen, Silber, Edelmetalle, Bitcoin, Kryptowährung, Währungskrise, Währungsreform, Finanzcommunity, Finanzpolitik, Finanzmarkt, Banken, Finanzcrash, Eurocrash, Bankencrash, Geldanlage,...

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Japan’s Well-Fed Zombie Corporations

The corona crisis has intensified the discussion about the zombification of the economy; enterprises have become more dependent on government bailouts, loans, subsidies, short-time working benefits, and loans from central banks. Governments around the world claim the measures to be only temporary.

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The PRO Act Is Not Just a Union Handout—It’s an Assault on the Freedom of Association Itself

On February 4, 2021, Democrats in the House and Senate introduced the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. Like many names in Washington, this one is an Orwellian misnomer that does the exact opposite of what it claims to be doing. If passed, the bill, which is basically a union wish list, would radically transform the nature of the labor market in the US with numerous sweeping and heavy-handed changes.

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Bulls, Bears, and Beyond: In Depth with James Grant

James Grant is editor of Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, which he founded in 1983. He is the author of nine books, including Money of the Mind, The Trouble with Prosperity, John Adams: Party of One, The Forgotten Depression, and more recently Bagehot: The Life and Times of the Greatest Victorian.

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Deutschland bricht gerade zusammen Extreme Folgen kommen, hier die Fakten

Thorsten Polleit (* 4. Dezember 1967) ist ein deutscher Ökonom. Er ist Chefökonom der Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel, Partner der Polleit & Riechert Investment Management LLP, Präsident und Gründer der deutschen Abteilung des libertären Ludwig von Mises Institute und Honorarprofessor an der Universität Bayreuth. Er tritt für eine marktwirtschaftliche Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftsordnung ohne solche Störungen ein.

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Want More Entrepreneurship? Embrace Long-Term Legal Stability.

Prudent economic calculation becomes more difficult as legal and regulatory regimes are subject to frequent changes and political upheaval.  Original Article: "Want More Entrepreneurship? Embrace Long-Term Legal Stability." This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

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The Greatest Thing the Roman Empire Ever Did Was Go Away

The Roman Empire is often presented as the fabric of Western civilization. The languages, laws, religion, mores, and implements of the Western political imaginary come in large part, in one way or another, from Rome. The Roman Empire has been rebooted time and again by invaders and latecomers, from the Ostrogoths to Charlemagne to Mussolini; transferred (in reality or in rhetoric) to Byzantine, to Moscow, to the Habsburgs, and even to Washington,...

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Why Dominion’s Defamation Lawsuits Are Garbage

Dominion Voting Systems is suing MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell for $1.3 billion. This comes in the wake of other Dominion lawsuits against Trump advisors Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell. All are accused of lying about Dominion’s supposed complicity in using the company’s vote-counting software to favor presidential candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

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The Drive for State and Federal Protective Tariffs in Early America

Every depression generates a clamor among many groups for special privileges at the expense of the rest of society—and the American depression that struck in 1784–1785 was no exception. If excess imports were the culprit, then voluntary economizing could help matters, and the press was filled with silly fulminations against ladies wearing imported finery.

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“Weapons of Mass Destruction”: The Last Refuge of the Global Interventionist

The threat of “nuclear proliferation” remains one of the great catch-all reasons—the other being “humanitarian” intervention—given for why the US regime and its allies ought to be given unlimited power to invade foreign states and impose sanctions at any given time.

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Prof. THORSTEN POLLEIT: Der Euro wird bald crashen!

Thorsten Polleit (4. Dezember 1967 in Münster) ist ein deutscher Ökonom. Er ist Chefökonom der Degussa Sonne/Mond Goldhandel, Partner der Polleit & Riechert Investment Management LLP, Präsident und Gründer der deutschen Abteilung des libertären Ludwig von Mises Institute (Ludwig von Mises Institut Deutschland) und Honorarprofessor an der Universität Bayreuth.

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Prof. Thorsten Polleit warnt – Es hat BEGONNEN! SEI VORSICHTIG denn etwas Großes kommt BALD!!!

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Prof. Thorsten Polleit sehr ernst – Dieser GEHEIME PLAN läuft vor unseren Augen! SIEHST DU ES NICHT?

Videoinhalte: Banken Deutschland, Sparkassen Deutschland, Wirtschaft Deutschland, Finanzen Deutschland , Geld Deutschland , Kapital Deutschland, Aktien Deutschland , Börse Deutschland , Immobilien Deutschland , Politik Deutschland , Medien Deutschland , Gold, Goldmünzen, Silber, Edelmetalle, Bitcoin, Kryptowährung, Währungskrise, Währungsreform, Finanzcommunity, Finanzpolitik, Finanzmarkt, Banken, Finanzcrash,

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Prohibition’s Repeal: What Made FDR Popular

For seventy-plus years, the case of Franklin Delano Roosevelt has vexed people of a libertarian bent. His policies, extending war socialism based on Mussolini's economic structure, expanded the American state to an unthinkable extent and prolonged the Great Depression through the horrific World War II.

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If America Splits Up, What Happens to the Nukes?

Opposition to American secession movements often hinges on the idea that foreign policy concerns trump any notions that the United States ought to be broken up into smaller pieces. It almost goes without saying that those who subscribe to neoconservative ideology or other highly interventionist foreign policy views treat the idea of political division with alarm or contempt. Or both.

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Fiat Geld und Kollektive Korruption. Eine hintergründige Analyse

Ein Vortrag von Thorsten Polleit, aufgenommen am 29. Januar 2021 in Frankfurt a. M. von Manuel Teubert.

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Money, Interest, and the Business Cycle

The banks very often expand credit for political reasons. There is an old saying that if prices are rising, if business is booming, the party in power has a better chance to succeed in an election campaign than it would otherwise. Thus the decision to expand credit is very often influenced by the government that wants to have “prosperity.” Therefore, governments all over the world are in favor of such a credit-expansion policy.

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Austrian Economics is the Science of Business Success

For any size and any type of business, the generation of value requires more than strategy, planning, and executional excellence. It calls for the establishment, communication, and internalization of value-generation principles, solidly founded and consistently applied.

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