Category Archives: Economics

Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman

Ron Paul is as close to libertarian as you’ll find on the topic of the economy.  Here’s a discussion between Ron Paul and socialist Keynesian economist, Paul Krugman. He forwards the ideas that liberty in markets are the most appropriate … Continue reading

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Able Bodied Workers Choose Jobless Pay over Real Jobs

Republicans and democrats always like focus on a small part of the results of their costly government programs. They always dress up the benefits without ever looking at the real costs. Take jobless benefits, for example. Both parties are quick … Continue reading

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Libertarian Economics: Different from Mainstream “Free Lunch Myth” Economics

Libertarians have a different view of economics than those who benefit from the mainstream view of economics — a view promoted and embraced those who are beneficiaries of big banks (and the Federal Reserve) and big government, which is the … Continue reading

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ObamEnomics

Contrary to popular belief, ObamEnomics are not all that different from George Bush’s: Pandering to Big Banking still rules the roost, while legislation proposed does nothing to deal with the real problem — The Big Banks will still have their … Continue reading

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