‘Who Needs the Fed?’ author John Tamny explains where Milton Friedman, Austrian economists, and supply siders go wrong.
Donald Trump is right that our debt problems could sink us. He’s wrong to then advocate more government spending.
Many GOP voters think they’re getting something new in Donald Trump. Actually, they are opting for Bushonomics and Obamanomics on steroids.
Andrew Jackson really wouldn’t have wanted to be on our funny money central bank notes, anyway. And for good reason.
Even as the president celebrates a U.S. auto sales record, there are signs that the car bubble his policies helped inflate is already beginning to burst.
Blame slow economic growth, abysmal wage growth, low inflation, inequality, and the next economic crisis on the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve is wreaking havoc upon our economy. Republican presidential candidates are rightly concerned about that.
Some of the inevitable bills for lawmakers’ refusal to pay for their spending will show up much sooner than expected.
Jerry Seinfeld isn’t the only parent saying, ‘‘Don’t go near colleges. They’re so PC.’ Others are waking up to endemic high costs and low quality.
The ultimate “crony capitalist” lauds Alexander Hamilton for being the original crony capitalist.
A Time poll asks who should be the first woman on America’s paper currency. Guess who’s winning?
Either the Federal Reserve keeps printing money to inflate away the U.S. government’s debt, or the Fed raises rates and the U.S. budget deficit skyrockets.
Rising prices and stagnant wages are a bad combination. Why are so many analysts pretending that it’s no big deal?
Politicians insist that inflation is under control, just so long as you don’t include prices for food, education, health care, housing, or energy.
The Fed should serve the American regime, not be an instrument for transforming it – or accomplishing by fiat what cannot be accomplished at the ballot box.
An expansive new study on the Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing (QE) program found that QE’s ultra-low interest rates have enriched banks and central governments at the expense of households and pensioners.
Cheap money has propped up bond markets. Is it coming to end? Don’t bet on it.
The Federal Reserve announced yesterday that it would not, contrary to previous indications and the expectations of the entire financial Read Full Article >
- Thousands Of Churches Are About To Defy Lockdown Orders. It’s About TimeChurchgoers across the country are reasserting their fucontinue reading >
- ‘Relapses Are Through The Roof, Overdoses Are Through The Roof’: How The Pandemic Is Upping Substance Abuse'You take rehab.com—our website traffic is up 382 percontinue reading >
- The Deeply American Reason The Oldest Saloon West Of The Mississippi Won’t Have To Shut Down ForeverStarting life before there was a town as four walls andcontinue reading >