Category Archive: 6b.) Mises.org

Martin Borgs – Slöseriombudsmannen, FreedomFest Stockholm 2013

Ludwig von Mises-Institutet i Sverige: http://www.mises.se Sverige ligger i toppen av skattetrycksligan. Trots detta hörs rop om att skatterna måste höjas ytterligare för att “rädda välfärden”. Men borde inte pengarna kunna räcka betydligt längre? Och till och med finnas utrymme att sänka skatterna, då många andra länder bevisligen klarar att tillhandahålla bättre service till ett …

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Jonas Himmelstrand – Hemundervisning i Sverige, FreedomFest Stockholm 2013

Ludwig von Mises-Institutet i Sverige: http://www.mises.se I någon mening är skolplikt och förbud mot hemundervisning en sofistikerad form av förtryck. Antagligen är det därför alla deklarationer om mänskliga rättigheter framhåller detta som en viktig rättighet för alla familjer. Rent praktiskt finns ännu ganska goda möjligheter för den som vill att gå sin egen väg i …

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Hans Palmstierna – Romerska imperiet, FreedomFest Stockholm 2013

Ludwig von Mises-Institutet i Sverige: http://www.mises.se I alla tider har människor trott sig leva på den mänskliga civilisationens höjdpunkt och i ett samhällsskick som aldrig kommer förgås. Samma hybris råder idag i demokratins tidevarv. Det är nyttigt att studera historien för att få ett nyktert perspektiv på samtiden. Inget är konstant. Romarriket passerade. De brittiska …

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Murphy on IBC 3: Does a client need a coach?

In the fall of 2014 economist Robert P. Murphy gave an interview about Nelson Nash’s Infinite Banking Concept (IBC). For more information: http://infinitebanking.org

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Murphy on IBC 2: Why should financial professional consider the Practitioner’s Program?

In the fall of 2014 economist Robert P. Murphy gave an interview about Nelson Nash’s Infinite Banking Concept (IBC). For more information: http://infinitebanking.org

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Murphy on IBC 1: Economically, does IBC work?

In the fall of 2014 economist Robert P. Murphy gave an interview about Nelson Nash’s Infinite Banking Concept (IBC). For more information: http://infinitebanking.org

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Jeff Tucker and Robert P. Murphy Discuss Their New Bitcoin Books

On December 14, 2014 Jeff Tucker and Robert P. Murphy discussed their new books on Bitcoin. The free PDF of the latest version of Murphy’s “Understanding Bitcoin” (co-authored with Silas Barta) is available at: http://UnderstandingBitcoin.us

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Human Action Study Guide | Robert P. Murphy

Robert Murphy discusses his study guide for Mises’s Human Action. Download or purchase online at http://mises.org/library/human-action-0

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Bob Murphy: The Fed’s Stock Market Casino

Jeff Deist and Robert P. Murphy address the vital topic of Fed interference in financial markets. Are the global equity and bond markets a charade, engineered by monetary expansion and destined to collapse like a house of cards? Is the investing game basically rigged? How can Janet Yellen and financial elites keep markets from crashing …

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The Importance of Sound Money (Robert P. Murphy – Acton Institute)

In this Acton Lecture Series address, Robert P. Murphy explains how money emerged naturally from voluntary trades, and not from government edicts; describes the operation of the classical gold standard, and how governments, including ours, wrecked it; and provides insight into the problems of government fiat money, pointing out that the danger is not simply …

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EconVersations w/ Doug French (episode 16)

Dr. Scott Beaulier, of the Manuel Johnson Center for Political Economy, hosts EconVersations, a program that explores the role of free markets in promoting prosperity through conversations with Manuel Johnson Center faculty and guests. In this episode, Dr. Beaulier interviews Doug French.

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Global Elites are Terrified (or: Five Lessons Learned from the Scottish Referendum, by Ryan McMaken)

My reading of the Ryan McMaken article published on Mises.org: http://mises.org/daily/6888/Five-Lessons-Learned-from-the-Scottish-Referendum

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Robert P. Murphy – ‘Insider Trading Actually Helps People, It Should Be Legal’

John Stossel Show.

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BlogHer ’14 10×10 – Doug French

Doug French took part in the first Voices of the Year Community Keynote at BlogHer ’08. He shares the experience and how blogging has changed his life, in his 10×10 keynote at BlogHer ’14. BlogHer is the premier cross-platform media network created by, for and with women social media leaders. Reaching 100 million women monthly, …

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Doug French: Is Las Vegas the Freest Place on Earth?

Direct from FreedomFest 2014, Kyle Platt catches up with Doug French, director of Mises Institute Canada. They discuss the annual setting of FreedomFest, Las Vegas, as the illusion of freedom it creates for tourists. Is Las Vegas really free? Find out. Bonus: Doug answers the question, if you could design a casino game after any …

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Contrasting Views of the Great Depression | Robert P. Murphy

Archived from the live broadcast, this Mises University lecture was presented at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 23 July 2014.

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Mises Academy Free Trade 1 of 4

Robert P. Murphy walks through Lesson 19 from his textbook *Lessons For the Young Economist*. For more info: http://academy.mises.org

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Author’s Forum: Faulty Premises, Faulty Policies by Dr. Gary Galles

Liberty.me U presented an Author’s Forum with Dr. Gary Galles of Pepperdine University on May 13 at 9pm EST for a discussion of his new book “Faulty Premises, Faulty Policies.” About the Book: Faulty Premises, Faulty Policies by Gary Galles is an incredibly good guide to showing precisely what is nonsensical about political debate. How …

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Gary Galles: Thomas Piketty’s Bad Economics

Kyle Platt speaks with Professor Gary Galles of Pepperdine University about the hubbub around the French economist, Thomas Piketty, and his attacks of what he sees as Capitalism.

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Gary Galles: The Weaponized Language of Politics

Kyle Platt speaks with Professor Gary Galles about his new book: Faulty Premises, Faulty Policies. In the book, Prof. Galles details the way in which politicians use rhetorical and linguistic tricks in order to pass legislation, and how to spot these tricks. Prof. Galles’ book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Faulty-Premises-Policies-Gary-Galles-ebook/dp/B00HZ9JHP8 Or, it is completely free, …

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