Friday, December 14, 2018

Economics

Memeing Our Way to Freedom: Mance Rayder Books Reviewed Ep. 101

In this episode, we return to the basic tenets of the Voluntaryist philosophy by tipping our hat to Pete "Mance Rayder" Raymond of the Free Man Beyond the Wall Podcast. Buy Mance's Books Episode 101 of...

It Is Time To Prepare For Even Bigger Stock Market Declines In 2019 –...

The stock market has been trading in a much more volatile manner with daily moves in the technical analysis charts of a magnitude not seen in years. This is part of a topping process. Markets...

David D. Friedman: the Case for Anarcho-Capitalism Ep. 100

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Md7oNZM7ypA As part of his brilliant interview series, Keith speaks with David D. Friedman about his work and the case for Anarcho-Capitalism. A special thanks to new patron Kyle Roucis! Check out Kyle's Website and Big Byte...

Bastiat’s “The Law” Ep. 99

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpPTzBEC1qc In this episode of the show, Keith and I take on the classic blueprint for a free society: Frederic Bastiat's "The Law." A special thanks to new patron Joshua Bond! Episode 99 of the Liberty Weekly...

Economics in One Lesson Ep. 98

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xk0uOHFVQ6E Keith Knight makes his debut as the second co-host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast! In this episode, Keith and I go back to first principles and walk through "Economics in One Lesson," a MUST...

Ten Years After the Last Meltdown: Is Another One Around the Corner?

September marked a decade since the bursting of the housing bubble, which was followed by the stock market meltdown and the government bailout of the big banks and Wall Street. Last week’s frantic stock...

Trump, the Fed, and a Trillion Dollar Game of Hot Potato

This Tuesday, President Donald Trump further fanned the flames of his already contentious relationship with the Federal Reserve, referring to the central bank as his “biggest threat.” Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, a Trump appointee,...

Human Action: A Chapter-by-Chapter Summary

Introduction Economics is the youngest of all sciences. But it opened to human science a domain previously inaccessible and never thought of — the regularity in the sequence and interdependence of market phenomena. Economic scientific inquiry...

Why You Should Read Mark Thornton’s The Skyscraper Curse

A general, but serious, reason to read this book— The Skyscraper Curse: And How Austrian Economics Predicted Every Major Economic Crisis of The Last Century — is to avoid being one of the...

The Idea That the Fed Is ‘Independent’ Is Absurd

President Donald Trump sparked controversy — as is his wont — when he recently told CNBC that he was “not thrilled” with the Federal Reserve’s announced hikes in short-term interest rates, which he claimed...
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