Monthly Archives: April 2009
You tell me — voting is still open.
And running with it. McCain explains why “Reaganism” without Hayek and Mises is not really Reagan. Money quote: if you haven’t read Hayek and Mises and the other economic thinkers who influenced Reagan, you are missing a fundamental cornerstone of … Continue reading
Earlier in the week Instapundit linked to The Road to Serfdom and sent the book to #283 on Amazon. Today Rush Limbaugh talked about Hayek and The Road to Serfdom and sent the book to #179 on Amazon (when I … Continue reading
The Riverside Press-Enterprise: Amazon.com provides some reassurance that capitalism still has substantial public support. Sales are surging for two iconic books advocating free markets. In this year of nationalization, Americans might want to read them as cautionary tales. Ayn Rand’s … Continue reading
Amar Bhide’s in today’s WSJ on what the Fed can and can’t do to “speed recovery”: .. beyond amelioration and providing the judicial (or in the case of the FDIC, quasi-judicial) procedures for reorganization, there is little more that the … Continue reading
A new listing from Bankling. “Taking Hayek Seriously” is #46.