Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Breakdown of Planned Economies

Something big is coming to a head and there’s nothing to stop it.  Over the last half century – or longer – more and more intelligent and able people have become encumbered by government programs of compulsory philanthropy.  In some … Continue reading

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Paul Krugman Doesn’t Know T-Shirt Economics

The DOW eked out a slight gain yesterday.  Nonetheless, stocks are falling.  So are oil prices.  Gold too.  This, no doubt, brings good cheer to the Fed.  For it gives them cover to print more money. Falling oil prices mask … Continue reading

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Is an Economic Deluge Nigh?

Is an Economic Deluge Nigh? By David Galland, Casey Research If history has taught one certain lesson, it is that the less fettered an economy, the better humankind is able to do what it does best: run from trouble and … Continue reading

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Why There Are No Jobs

What a week.  On Tuesday the DOW finished the day at 13,279, its highest close since December 2007.  In terms of the stock market, we’ve crossed the great divide…December 2007, remember, was pre-financial crisis. In fact, it was nearly a … Continue reading

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