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49. Why Are We Insuring Primary Care? Lee Gross on the DPC Movement

Health

1 hour agoAudio/Video
Dr. Lee Gross is a pioneer in the most hopeful trend in health care today: the Direct Primary Care movement.
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The Myth of the Neutral Interest Rate

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog12/08/2018

Even if the Fed were to know the level of the neutral rate it could not achieve economic stability.

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Frank S. Meyer: The Fusionist as Libertarian

Other Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

12/08/2018Articles of Interest
Rothbard examines conservatism by using as a fulcrum and analysis of the views of the leading conservative fusionist, Frank S. Meyer.
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Balanced-Budget Baloney

Taxes and Spending

Blog12/08/2018

The real problem of the federal budget is that there's far too much spending. The fact that it's not a balanced budget is a minor concern by comparison.

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Dr. Robert Murphy on the Dubious Economics of Climate Change

The EnvironmentStrategy

12/07/2018Audio/Video
Dr. Robert Murphy joins Jeff Deist to discuss how the political landscape and media narratives fail to consider obvious choices and trade-offs inherent in the climate change debate.
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The Poor Laws of England

Labor and WagesPovertyTaxes and Spending

12/07/2018Articles of Interest
The Poor Law Amendment of 1834 attempted to address the problem of runaway costs and abuses of the system. With mixed results.
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