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The Pope and Capitalism, by Walter Williams

The Pope and Capitalism December 17, 2013 by Walter Williams Pope Francis, in his apostolic exhortation, levied charges against free market capitalism, denying that “economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in … Continue reading

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Mises on the Social Security System, by Gary North

Mises on the Social Security System, by Gary North – May 04, 2013 Ludwig von Mises was resented by several generations of economists, 1912 (Theory of Money and Credit) until his death in October 1973. They had had reasons for this resentment. … Continue reading

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Calling All Ron Paul Revolution High School Teachers! by Gary North, Sept. 8, 2012

I have written on a project that I wish Ron Paul would work on, now that he has retired from political office. That is the creation of a Ron Paul curriculum, which could be marketed independently, or it could be … Continue reading

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What Would Ayn Rand Do About the Euro Crisis? – Businessweek

Illustration by Steve Caplin Rand’s libertarian call to arms could help Angela Merkel shrug off euro-zone burdens, says the book’s new German publisher   Crisis Management   What Would Ayn Rand Do About the Euro Crisis?   By Zeke Turner … Continue reading

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What Will Germany Do?

While I am personally opposed to quantitative easing and monetizing debt, the outcome of the scenario of Kaletsky–that of Germany pulling out of the Euro–is one that I had not thought of, but, at first blush, it sounds appealing. Being of German heritage myself … Continue reading

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