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FRIEDMAN FRIDAY Milton Friedman's Free to Choose (1980), episode 3 - Anatomy of a Crisis. part 1


I am moving the FRIEDMAN FRIDAY to a monthly feature on http://www.thedailyhatch.org. My passion has been recent years to emphasize the works of Francis Schaeffer in my apologetic efforts and most of those posts are either on Tuesdays or Thursdays. 740 more words

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Milton Friedman and How not to Think about the Gold Standard, France, Sterilization and the Great Depression

Last week I listened to David Beckworth on his excellent podcast Macro Musings, interviewing Douglas Irwin. I don’t think I’ve ever met Doug, but we’ve been in touch a number of times via email. 5,071 more words

Gold Standard

FRIEDMAN FRIDAY Milton Friedman on Hayek's "Road to Serfdom" 1994


Milton Friedman on Hayek’s “Road to Serfdom” 1994 Interview 1 of 2

Milton Friedman on Hayek’s “Road to Serfdom” 1994 Interview 2 of 2… 692 more words

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....GOP Economics....Passing the Turd ...By The Clean End......

…..you enter a room …looking for the mark……you can’t find the mark…………you are the mark!…….

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In a rich, post-industrial society, where most people walk around with supercomputers in their pockets and a person can have virtually anything delivered to his or her doorstep overnight, it seems wrong that people who work should have to live in poverty. 3,024 more words


Thinking beyond corporate profit

“If business does not serve society, society will no longer tolerate our profits or even our existence”
– Kenneth Dayton, CEO

In economics, few people have shaped policy and had such a long term impact as Milton Friedman. 719 more words


Joy of Trump

ABC NEWS and The Washington Post, two paragons of unbiased journalism, recently put their heads together to do a poll. Not shockingly in the slightest, they found that most Americans think Trump is doing a lousy job. 237 more words

Libertarian View

Quote of the Day

If a tax cut increases government revenues, you haven’t cut taxes enough.

—Milton Friedman