Daily Archives: March 1, 2016

A Weekly Dose of Hazlitt: Why Cheap Money Fails

“Why Cheap Money Fails” is the title of Henry Hazlitt’s Newsweek column from November 24, 1958. Here, Hazlitt shows that lowering interest rates in the 1930s did not end mass unemployment and that despite higher interest rates in the 1950s, … Continue reading

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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 606 – She Saw the Liars Up Close: Lt. Col Karen Kwiatkowski on the Iraq War Propaganda

‘Were we lied into war, or was it an innocent mistake on the basis of faulty intelligence? Our guest observed the formulation of the propaganda up close, and tells us what really happened. Oh, and now she’s a Rothbardian libertarian. … Continue reading

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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 605 – Do We Need Eminent Domain to Build Roads?

‘One of the most frequently cited reasons for the alleged need for eminent domain is road provision — how could roads be built if people with property along the route  couldn’t have their property taken from them? Well, they can, … Continue reading

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