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That Time The Soviet Union (Grudgingly) Turned To Free Markets To Save Its Collapsing Economy
The Bolsheviks were divided on why War Communism failed, but economics gives us a clear answer.
Free States Faring Far Better Than Lockdown States In One Huge Way, New Data Show
The results are in—and they overwhelmingly vindicate the free states over those with more aggressive policies.
How Music Helps To Understand Economics - And Vice Versa
Even though these goods and services appear to be from different industries, they all have one thing in common. Their prices are directly tied to what consumers are willing to pay for them.
Reflecting On Adam Smith’s The Wealth Of Nations, 245 Years Later
The first ten days in the month of March 1776 brought forth momentous events that played roles in shaping the modern world.
AOC’s Denmark Comparison On The $15 Federal Minimum Wage, Debunked
The congresswoman’s US-Denmark comparison is misleading in multiple ways.
Biden’s $1.9 Trillion ‘Relief Package’ Is Short On Relief For Struggling Families
President Biden says “corporations” and “the rich” will pay. In this, he takes his place in a long line of Democratic politicians willing to spin this lie.
McDonald’s Response To Minimum Wage Hikes Totally Undercuts The ‘Fight For $15,’ New Study Shows
Almost all the higher labor costs from minimum wage hikes resulted in an equivalent increase in menu prices.
What Makes Bitcoin Special? An Economist Explains
A top cryptocurrency expert and economist explains the bitcoin phenomenon. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are all the rage right now.
Biden’s Proposed Tax Hike - The Conservative Perspective
Workers, not ‘Big Business,’ would pay the price under Biden’s policy, a right-leaning study claims.
Economists Warn We Can’t Keep Ignoring The National Debt Forever
Economists interviewed by FEE warned that when the dust settles after COVID-19, we'll still have a major problem on our hands.
Will Warren Buffett Really Make Billions Off The Keystone Pipeline’s Demise? It’s Complicated
Moving crude by rail is costly, inefficient, and dangerous compared to oil pipelines. It's also incredibly lucrative.
Why Competition Is The Antidote To Big Tech's Bad Behavior, Not Politicians
If given a chance, the market will eventually provide solutions to many of the grievances stemming from Big Tech's clumsy efforts to control user content.
In Defense Of Hedge Funds And Short Selling: GameStop, Reddit, And Robinhood
It is not the hedge funds that are ultimately responsible for market volatility and financial crises.
Why A One-Size-Fits-All Federal Minimum Wage Makes Zero Sense
It’s a simple fact that income levels in most low-cost states cannot support a $15 minimum wage.
New Research Debunks Claim That A $15 Minimum Wage Would Not Reduce Employment
President Joe Biden is pushing a federal $15 minimum wage in his sweeping $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, and the policy is only gaining steam in progressive circles.
3 Studies That Show Lockdowns Are Ineffective At Slowing COVID-19
Across America and Europe, many government officials are resuming lockdowns and tightening restrictions in the face of rising COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. But do they work?
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