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Audio recordings of Mises Wire articles, offering contemporary news and opinion through the lens of Austrian economics and libertarian political economy.
A new Fed survey shows that banks are cutting back on lending big time. Over the past thirty-five years, this almost always predicts recession. Our economy can't survive without endless new infusions of easy money. Original Article: "Banks Are Lending Less Money, and That's a Formula for Recession"
President Biden recently claimed that "trickle-down economics" doesn't work but transferring wealth from taxpayers to politically connected people is the real trickle-down economics. Original Article: "Government Redistribution Is the REAL Trickle-Down Economics"
Calls for black consumers to "Buy Black" can be interpreted as socially divisive, but they are also a way to encourage black entrepreneurs in a free market. Original Article: "The "Buy Black" Movement: Divisive or a Boon to Black Entrepreneurs?"
Can the injection of new money into the economic system enhance economic growth? Not really. Increasing (or decreasing) the money supply affects the demand for money but doesn't make us wealthier. Original Article: "Understanding Relationships between Money Supply and Liquidity"
The Biden administration has decided that the REAL problem with housing is that the wrong people are saving money and making timely mortgage payments. They must be punished. Original Article: "Biden’s New Intersectionality: Where Equity Policies Meet Bad Economics"
With negative growth now falling to near –10 percent, money-supply contraction is now the largest we've seen since the Great Depression. Original Article: "The Money Supply Has Plummeted in the Biggest Drop Since the Great Depression"
Despite the soothing hot air from the White House and Fed officials, the financial system is becoming increasingly fragile and unstable. Maybe all of that intervention the past decade was not wise. Original Article: "Finance Discovers Sting: "How Fragile We Are""
Modern culture is biased against those that are rich even while depending upon the wealth that successful entrepreneurs have created. Original Article: "Progressives Want to Eliminate Wealthy Entrepreneurs but Need the Wealth They Create"
In 1948, Ludwig Erhardt rescued a German economy that was in shambles simply by invoking free markets and currency reform. Our economy needs its Rothbard moment. Original Article: "Rothbard’s Button Doesn’t Exist, but It Needs to Be Invented"
While Japan made some technological transfers to these places, prosperity came to them later, with the advent of free-market economies. Original Article: "Was Japanese Colonialism the Engine of Later Prosperity for Korea and Taiwan? Probably Not"
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