Tag Archives: intervention

Socializing Your Retirement More

Democrats in the house are now talking about socializing 401(k) plans.  The plan that is being put forward would stop tax breaks on your 401(k) and would begin “redirecting those tax breaks to a new system of guaranteed retirement accounts … Continue reading

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Joe the Plumber (Outlaw)

Lew Rockwell has written a new article, Joe the Outlaw.  He points out that in the current presidential campaign: one interesting point has emerged: the archetype chosen to represent mainstream America turns out to be a thorough-going outlaw in the … Continue reading

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Intervention is the Problem

Economics in One Lesson is an excellent book by Henry Hazlitt that attempts to help people to correctly think through any economic situation. The one lesson is reduced to a single sentence on page 5 of the Mises edition: The … Continue reading

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The Cause of Economic Ups and Downs

The current economic crises involving Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG, and the government has caused a host of activity by the federal reserve and the treasury.  Most people are looking to the government to solve the problem.  If only the … Continue reading

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