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The Volitility and Inflexibility of the Gold Stardard

The value of gold has always been based on an aristocratic desire for rare decorations. Even today i

Expect a Recession When Net Neutrality Regulations are Repealed

Consider how the internet comes to your devices. All the way from the internet service provider lead

A Defense for Vermont and Democratic Socialism

I often see opinion pieces for free market libertarian economics, like this article. It starts by s

Andrew Laurent’s Robot Tax

    My policy is more than a robot tax, it eliminates the labor problems that arise from a

How Capitalism Began

Before capitalism, there was feudalism and kings controlled supply and prices. When democracy began,

Floor and Trade: a new concept

Floor and Trade: a new concept “Labour was the first price, the original purchase – money  that

I’m a Teddy Roosevelt Republican

I’m a Teddy Roosevelt Republican… or I would have been. Here’s some (Brainy Quotes

Income Tax or Flat Tax, Sin Tax, Luxury Tax

Taxes are more than just a way for a government to raise revenue; they are also a deterrent, like fi

Founder of the Free Market – Quotes

  Adam Smith’s economic text book inspired the greatest government that has ever existed; a d

Greenhouses for Welfare

Everyone in America can agree that welfare, while well intention,  can be abused. Without welfare

Who’s Entitled?

Entitlement: a notion or belief that one is deserving of some particular reward or benefit. I often

More or Less Regulation: What is the Answer?

We all remember when the housing market crashed. But do you remember why? In 1999 a group of repub

Economists: GOP Jobs Bills Would Create Few Jobs

In response to the 32 jobs bills the Republicans have offered. “A lot of these things are laug

Government Insurance or Corporate Insurance

Insurance: A large group of people pooling their resources together in case of emergency. That’


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