Category Archive: 6b.) Mises.org

Mullingar, Ireland 🇮🇪 #Dancing #Fleadh Ceol



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Horsing Around with Kim Kardashian



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Paying my respect in Ireland 🇮🇪



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How British Efforts to Enforce Equality Have Led to a Woke Totalitarianism

From the Equal Pay Act 1970 to the Equality Act 2010, there has been a wave of legalization in Britain to turn the state into some omniscient being that can determine the intentions of an employer. While these pieces of legislation did not enforce direct quotas onto businesses, they have increased inefficiencies through the increase in human resources roles for companies and organizations to cover their own backs.

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How to Build a Professional Wardrobe Inexpensively

Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 30 July 2022.

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GDP Shrinks Again as Biden Quibbles over the Definition of “Recession”

The U.S. economy contracted for the second straight quarter during the second quarter this year, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported Thursday. With that, economic growth has hit a widely accepted benchmark for defining an economy as being in recession: two consecutive quarters of negative economic growth. 

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Emil Kauder as an Austrian Dehomogenizer

Rothbard's two-volume An Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought contains a lengthy reference list, but a close look at the books reveals that Rothbard continually cited certain authors and borrowed his theses from them.

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Regional Territories: A Decentralization Plan for the USA

There is more talk of secession and civil war in the United States today than at any time since the 1850s, and popular confidence in government appears to be at an all-time low. As a foreigner, I have no particular red or blue loyalties, but I have deployed with Americans on many occasions, and in some ways, their history is also mine.

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Austrians vs. Neoclassicists on Monopolies

A monopoly is often seen as one of the gravest and most concerning manifestations of market failure. In the neoclassical tradition, the existence of a monopolist in a market is generally seen as sufficient justification for government intervention to put a halt to the monopolist's exploitative ways.

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Inflation Takings Require Just Compensation: Slash Governments!

“If you don't expect too much from meYou might not be let down.” — Gin Blossoms, “Hey Jealousy” Inflation is a mechanism that government people use to fund wars, tyrannical governments, and favors to cronies. Inflation takes away significant fractions of the real value of savings.

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The Government Runs the Ultimate Racket

"Seniors hurt in Ponzi scam" headlined the story of elderly Southern Californians bilked in a pyramid scheme. While sad, the story reminded me of Social Security, since it is also a Ponzi scheme involving those older, with high payoffs to early recipients coming from pockets of later participants. With Social Security, however, it benefits those older at others' expense.

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Jeff Deist, Ben Swann on the Rise of Independent Media

Jeff Deist interviews Ben Swann on the rise of independent media, building a new platform on blockchain, the midterms, and more.

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If Government Can Take from One Group, It Can and Will Take from Everyone

While governments have been assaulting private property rights for many years, they now are ramping up the pressure. Nothing less than our civilization is at stake. Original Article: "If Government Can Take from One Group, It Can and Will Take from Everyone" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

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The Economy Needs a Volcker Moment

Readers of the Mises Wire are most likely familiar with the Volcker moment. This was when former Fed chair Paul Volcker, in the face of steep price inflation, skyrocketed rates to nearly 20 percent.

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Government “Stimulus” Schemes Fail Because Demand Does Not Create Supply

By popular thinking, the key driver of economic growth is the increase in total demand for goods and services. It is also held that overall output increases by a multiple of the increase in expenditure by government, consumers and businesses.

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Nik Bonitto Playing @St Thomas Aquinas Career at Oklahoma NFL Draft experience Broncos training camp

IN the Full Podcast Niks talks about playing at St. Thomas Aquinas one of the nations top High School football team. College Career at Oklahoma Sooners and rivalry vs Texas, NFL draft experience and Von Miller comparisons, First OTAs with the Denver Broncos, training camp experience and mentor-ship from Bradley Chubb and Randy Gregory FIYE SHOW INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/fiye.show/ Nik Bonitto Instagram:...

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GDP Provides a False Reading of the State of the Economy

The GDP (gross domestic product) statistic portrays a view that the key driving factor of economic growth is not the production of wealth but rather its consumption. Instead, it is a calculation of the value of final goods and services produced during a particular time interval, usually a quarter or a year.

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Exchange within Society

Action always is essentially the exchange of one state of affairs for another state of affairs. If the action is performed by an individual without any reference to cooperation with other individuals, we may call it autistic exchange. An instance: the isolated hunter who kills an animal for his own consumption; he exchanges leisure and a cartridge for food.

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Nik Bonitto:On first OTAs with the Denver Broncos, Mentor-ship from Bradley Chubb & Randy Gregory

In Segment four Nik Bonitto talks about his first OTAs with the Denver Broncos and what he learned and adjusted to, getting mentorship from Bradley Chubb and Randy Gregory, and Experiencing Denver as a new resident. FIYE SHOW instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fiye.show/ Nik Bonitto instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nik_hendrix/

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Dr. Frank Shostak and Yra Harris on the Economy and Financial Markets from an Austrian School View

Dr. Frank Shostak and Yra Harris on the Economy and Financial Markets from an Austrian School View

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