A giant has left the economics profession at perhaps its weakest moments. James Buchanan died at the age of 93. Brian Doherty reflects on Mr. Buchanan: Nobel Prize Winning Economist James Buchanan, R.I.P. Brian Doherty|Jan. 9, 2013 11:02 am Nobel prize winning economist and public choice economics pioneer James Buchanan is dead, at age 93. His [...]
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Regardless of whether you liked him or not, this farewell speech from Ron Paul should be listened to by all Americans. It explains why we are in the mess we are in. If civilization is to be sustained, history will likely be kinder to Mr. Paul than most of his contemporaries were.
Ron Paul is looked at by some as a modern day Don Quixote. His perennial windmill was the Federal Reserve, an institution not very well understood by the American public. For those who don’t understand the Fed, watch this video. Representative Paul is a Republican, but a strange one. He is a RINO (republican in [...]
A reader, Bonus Gift, offers his wisdom in response to the recent post regarding understanding our crisis: The Kohn comment: “We keep trying to bring spending from the future into the present with lower and lower interest rates… There is a lot we don’t understand about what is going on” remind me of the exchange [...]