Monthly Archives: February 2011

AMERICA’S WEIMAR MOMENT

What is happening in Wisconsin, California, New Jersey, Illinois, et al — and in Washington, D.C. — should remind educated people of nothing less that the economic crisis of Weimar Germany, when governments captured by public sector workers and the … Continue reading

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A HAYEKIAN RECOVERY IN GERMANY

A Keynesian disaster in America.  Christopher Caldwell reports on the success of Merkel’s Germany and the collapse of the Keynes cult on the Continent: Germany’s growth in this year’s second quarter was 2.2 percent on a quarter-to-quarter basis. That means … Continue reading

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ENTREPRENEURS & THE DISCOVERY PROCESS

Brink Lindsey on the natural Hayekians.

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HAYEK VS. HAYEK ON THE EFFICIENCY OF SPONTANEOUSLY ORDERED LAW

Michael Giberson on Buchanan vs. Stringham & Zywicki.

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“IT’S LOUSY ECONOMICS”

Russ Roberts on the Keynesian economics of Christina Romer and President Obama.  Remarkably, Professor Romer lacked the intellectual integrity to defend her policies before the American people. Roberts goes on to charge the Congressional Budget Office with scientific malpractice: The … Continue reading

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HOW DID WE END UP WITH A BARACK OBAMA AS PRESIDENT?

Here is a good part of the explanation.  I might also recommend this book.

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