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David Boaz Here we go again. Another “obituary” for libertarianism. While Salon Magazine declares that we all live in a “libertarian dystopia,” and a new brand of big‐​government conservatives promise to free the Republican party and American government from their libertarian captivity, Barton Swaim declares in the

The Mises Institute's Executive Editor Ryan McMaken joins Bob to discuss his latest article, in which Ryan spells out the state of the M2 money supply and possible implications for consumer prices and an impending recession. Ryan's article on M2: Ryan's QJAE article on the

The Ukraine war raises issues of the legitimacy and usefulness of the “rules-based” international order (RBO) that supposedly governs international relations. The United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have strongly condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and its violation of international law and rules,

Walter Olson The Supreme Court’s decision today in 303 Creative, LLC, v. Elenis correctly applies First Amendment law to vindicate one of the most important dimensions of human liberty: the right not to speak. The Court reviewed a Colorado law that would compel Lorie Smith to create

When I opened the first Mises University, I could only dream about how many students would participate, how many classes would be taught, and how many lives would be changed for the better. Now as we plan the thirty ninth event, we need your help. It

Thomas A. Berry and Neal McCluskey Today the Supreme Court issued a decision striking down President Biden’s unprecedented student‐​loan forgiveness program. Statement from Research Fellow in Constitutional Studies Thomas Berry: “The Court’s decision today is a victory for the separation of powers and the rule of law. The Court correctly

The Political Economy of Distributism: Property, Liberty, and the Common Goodby Alexander William SalterCatholic University of America Press, 2023; xiii + 238 pp. Distributism attracted considerable attention during the 1920s and ’30s among people who wished to apply Catholic social teaching to the modern capitalist economy,