Monthly Archives: May 2009
From Quin Hillyer’s review of Funding Fathers and Foundations of Betrayal: The good news is that conservative philanthropy often gets more bang for its bucks. In Funding Fathers: The Unsung Heros of the Conservative Movement, Hoplin and Robinson tell a … Continue reading
Gerry Steele in Economic Affairs on Hayek’s business cycle theory. An easy-money policy can be veiled by many factors, which include the impact upon unit costs of new technologies and falling commodity and energy prices. Given microeconomic variations in unit costs … Continue reading
The “Friedrich Hayek” Google search. The “Friedrich Hayek” search began to spike in the 4th quarter of 2008 at the onset of the crash, and has been spearheaded by searches from New York City, Washington, D.C., Toronto, London, and Paris, … Continue reading
Thomas Sowell’s new book is The Housing Boom and Bust.
Friedrich Hayek explains why statist party leaders and ideological foot soldiers find vilification so important to their program: “It is in connection with the deliberate effort of the skilful demagogue to weld together a closely coherent and homogeneous body of … Continue reading