Prof. Bradley Smith illustrates some ways money is used in practice to ensure people have free speech.
Professor White concludes that the Federal Reserve is not necessary. Evidence shows that nations can survive without a central bank.
Under the law, the government has been able to track and make publically available the political contributions of all citizens.
Professor Munger warns that individual protections are slowly being stripped away as American courts fail to recognize the limits of majority rule.
According to Prof. Daniel J. D’Amico, a free country should not have 1.6 million people in prison, and a fiscally responsible country cannot afford to.
Palmer discusses the rise of social or welfare rights, as opposed to more traditional, individual rights.
Professor Steve Horwitz advocates for free market economic policy. He refutes the often recited claim that “What is good for General Motors is good for America.”
Professor Jason Brennan explains why economic freedoms should matter as much as political freedoms.
Moving to the world of Monetarism, Tyler Cowen introduces Milton Friedman and evaluates the case for creating monetary stability.
How can we escape the business cycle? Austrians propose that we steer clear of inflation.
Tyler Cowen explains the theory of Wage & Price Stickiness.
What is the central claim of Austrian Business Cycle Theory? Cowen boils down the Austrians’ boom-bust explanation.
Does the ‘Real Business Cycle Theory’ have a corner on reality? Cowen gives us a crash course.
Tyler Cowen examines the Keynesian theory of the business cycle.
Professor Tyler Cowen vets the contenders for the “top macroeconomic theory” title.
Prof. Matt Zwolinski explains why capitalism actually tends to protect workers’ interests.
Professor Matt Zwolinski suggests that government power may be more exploitative than free-market capitalism.