Energy, Minimum Wage
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Climate Activism: An Ideology in Search of a Justification

– April 19, 2019

Environmental activists cling to the same stale policy prescriptions, no matter the situation. Only their rationale changes.

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Energy
ruralelectricity

The First New Deal Ruined Energy Innovation

– February 15, 2019

We will never know for sure how much more quickly green-energy technologies might have developed if the New Deal had not squelched the sector by subsidizing its dirty alternative.

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Energy
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In Praise of Carbon Fuels

– January 17, 2019

Carbon-based fuels have powered modern economic growth – growth which is, by far, history’s greatest benefactor of humanity.

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Climate Change, Energy, Regulation
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The Inconvenient Truth About the Green New Deal

– December 4, 2018

Nowhere has our public discourse failed us more egregiously than on the environment and climate change.

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Energy, Gold, Gold Standard, International, Sound Money Project
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Are Turkey and Iran Showing the Way…

– November 26, 2012

Loophole in Western Sanctions Allows Iran to Buy Gold in Turkey With Turkish Payments for Gas Imported From Iran

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Energy, Inflating, International, Sound Money, Sound Money Project
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Panic in Persia as Hyperinflation Hits Iran

– November 8, 2012

An overview of Iran’s inflation problem

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Business-Cycle Conditions, Energy, Inflating, International, Sound Money, Sound Money Project
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What Will Benefit From Global Recession? The US Dollar

– October 9, 2012

Understanding the euro’s failure and Triffin’s Paradox helps us understand why the dollar will rise significantly in the years ahead.

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Energy, International
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Iran: Down, But Not Out

– September 27, 2012

Since Mahmoud Ahmadinejad first became President of Iran, in August 2005, the country’s economy has gone from bad to worse. Iran now ranks near the bottom

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Central Banking, Energy, Gold, Monetary Policy, Sound Money, Sound Money Project

Sound Money: Turkey’s Cure for Oil Dependence

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– September 25, 2012

By Devin Roundtree With so much havoc among European nations, Turkey has attracted headlines recently as Europe’s fastest growing economy and the remaining shining star of investment grade on the continent. Though, as CNBC reported, rising oil prices t …

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Central Banking, Energy, Inflating, Sound Money Project

Inflation at the Pump

– May 3, 2011

Here is an interesting article about the effect of inflation on your pain at the pump. The linked article by Mark Brandly, professor of economics at Ferris State University and an adjunct scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, shows the effects of …

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