Ted Cruz invokes 19th century French economist Bastiat in Obamacare tweet
The Blaze ^ | Apr. 7, 2014 2:49pm | Benjamin Weingarten
Posted on 5/25/2014, 1:19:00 PM by SoConPubbie
In January we wrote about how a number of events occurring in Washington D.C. and the country more broadly were predicted by French classical liberal, economic journalist and legislator Frédéric Bastiat in an obscure 1850 pamphlet, “The Law.”
The old Chicago School of economics that was associated with Milton Friedman, George Stigler, Gary Becker, Arnold Harberger, Sam Peltzman, and others was famous within the economics profession for its intensely combative, argumentative, and sometimes raucous seminars.
Every speaker who gave a presentation, even Nobel prize winners, was challenged, questioned, and called out if he said something that someone thought to be incorrect.
Judge Andrew Napolitano’s 3min 23s Econ Biscuit, for Mises.org: “Debt Destroys!” America is still paying back Wilson’s WWI Debt! | Peace . Gold . Liberty
Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Wed, 10/23/2013 – 16:10
The Mises View: \”Government Debt Addiction\” | Judge Andrew P. Napolitano
China\’s Official Press Agency Calls For New Reserve Currency, And New World OrderZero Hedge ^ | 10-13-13 | Tyler DurdenPosted on Sunday, October 13, 2013 1:57:23 PM by RKBA
DemocratWe assume it is a coincidence that on the day in which we demonstrate China\’s relentless appetite for gold, driven by what we and many others believe is the country\’s desire to have a call option on a gold-backed reserve currency when the time comes, just posted in China\’s official press agency,
In the late 1990s, a single technology company became so unfathomably rich and powerful–and so hellbent on dominating not just its own industry but a massive and rapidly growing new one–that the U.S. government dragged the company into court and threatened to break it up over anti-trust violations.
That’s not at all what happened.
What happened was Bill Gates wasn’t making political donations, and the Democrats dragged him in by the short hairs and taught him the error of his ways.