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James Bovard

Biden's Rescue Act Targets Americans' Freedoms

Since the 1800s, surly Americans have derided politicians for spending tax dollars “like drunken sailors.” Until recently, that was considered a grave character fault. But Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act shows that inebriated spending is now the path to national salvation. It was a

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Jeffery Degner

The Coming Schism in the Evangelical Voting Bloc

What is the modern state? The answer to this question will—and perhaps already has—split the once unified white evangelical voting bloc. Ever since this group of Christians gravitated toward the writings of Francis Schaeffer in the 1970s, Protestant evangelicals have voted together opposing government-funded abortion.

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Murray N. Rothbard

The End of Socialism and the Calculation Debate Revisited

The Review of Austrian Economics 5, no. 2 1991 At the root of the dazzling revolutionary implosion and collapse of socialism and central planning in the “socialist bloc” is what everyone concedes to be a disastrous economic failure. The peoples and the intellectuals of Eastern Europe

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Bonds
Tiffany Wilding

Substantial Further Progress? Not Yet, Says the Fed

The statement and press conference following the July U.S. Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting reinforced PIMCO’s outlook that in the second half of this year, the FOMC will announce it plans to begin to wind down its large-scale asset purchases. Indeed, the July FOMC

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Bonds
Andrew BosomworthKonstantin Veit

ECB: New Inflation Target, Old Tools

In a surprisingly early conclusion of its monetary policy strategy review, the European Central Bank (ECB) rolled out several changes that will likely keep monetary policy easier for longer. The good news: The ECB adopted an easy-to-understand, symmetric (i.e., negative and positive deviations of inflation

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