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In twenty-first-century America, ordinary people are at the mercy of well-paid, unelected government experts who wield vast power. That is, we live in the age of the technocrats: people who claim to have special wisdom that entitles them to control, manipulate, and manage society's institutions

Rep. John Linder (R-GA) has retired from Congress and radio talk show host Neal Boortz has been silent for years, but their tax plan just will not die. Writing in the New York Sun, billionaire businessman and Republican Party donor John W. Childs makes the case

The occurrence of stagflation is associated with a situation of general strengthening in the momentum of prices while at the same time the pace of economic activity is declining. A famous stagflation episode occurred during the 1974-75 period, as year-on-year industrial production fell by nearly

[Editors note: The following was the opening address from Dr. Joseph Salerno to this week's Rothbard Graduate Seminar. ] Our main text for the Rothbard Graduate Seminar this week is Murray Rothbard’s Power and Market: Government and the Economy, which contains a systematic treatment of one

Ryan McMaken and Tho Bishop look at the question of election integrity and what it means for the regime. How should we look at the allegations made in the film 2000 Mules? How should we view the concept of election security? What does history tell us about

The Lords of Easy Money: How the Federal Reserve Broke the American Economyby Christopher LeonardSimon and Schuster, 2022viii + 373 pp. Christopher Leonard’s book brings to mind the familiar line from Faust: “Two souls, alas! dwell in my breast.” Leonard offers a penetrating criticism of the