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Women United for Change

Last summer, I realized that as a single mom I’m really going to have to learn about money if I want my son to use this tool wisely.   167 more words

Hayek’s Work Helps Explain the Link between Ultra-loose Monetary Policy and Political Instability

by Gunther Schnabl

The European Central Bank will increase the overall volume of its bond purchase program to 2,550,000,000,000 euros by September 2018. The main refinancing rate will remain at zero. 827 more words

Monetary Policy

Book Review: "The Road to Serfdom," by F.A. Hayek

This classic book is a very well argued treatise on how central planning and big government will lead countries on the path toward totalitarianism. It is also a stubbornly pro-status quo book in the sense that it insists on the state being not only a necessity, but also on the state having a role to play in things that Hayek never bothers to argue or prove it really has a role to play in. 577 more words


Why single payor healthcare will always fail patients

Listening to “The Road to Serfdom” by F. A. Hayek I came across this quote.

It merely starts from the indisputable fact that the limits of our powers of imagination make it impossible to include in our scale of values more than a sector of the needs of the whole society, and that, since, strictly speaking, scales of value can exist only in individual minds, nothing but partial scales of value exist, scales which are inevitably different and often inconsistent with each other.

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The Road to Serfdom or Dhimmitude

Marking the birth of Hayek and the dispiriting sense that we are well on the road to a new serfdom brought on, yet again, by the regressive left but this time in cahoots with Islamofacism. 108 more words

Regressive Left