Economics

individual right

Iowa Flooding, Trump Veto, & O’Rourke In Action

Floods devastate Nebraska, Beto joins the crowded 2020 field, and Donald Trump issues the veto of his presidency. This is the last week in...
MMT

MMT: A Rebuttal To The Theory & It’s Primary Stances

"...This expression fundamentally disturbs my understanding of economics and in exploring the term and its implications and after due consideration I wonder if we can either correct the language being used or restrict the referencing of MMT to fiat forms of money..."

Think Economics – Part 1 – Interest Rates

Interest Rates What are interest rates? Lenders sell money in the form of loans. When they do this, there is a charge for this money,...
comic

Comic Economics Part 3: Comics Today

There has been a lot of uproar about comic books over the last two decades. Fans have been on a wild ride, especially if...
comic

Comic Economics Part 2: History Of The Comic Book Shop

There has been an ever vast growing debate on when and where the first comic book shop opened up. I am not here to...
Free Market

The Problem With Saying “The Free Market Will Fix That”

“The freer the market, the freer the people” still rings true, but it should be fought for on the merits of what it is rather than what amounts to little more than hypothetical cures.
Retail

Is the Retail Industry Dying?

"The reality is that some professions – due to technological, social or cultural advancements have gone the way of the dodo. Although labor shortages and unemployment aren't an issue specific to any single industry, these issues are no more prevalent in the retail sector."
Banks

Deregulating The Banks: What Libertarians and Socialists Can Support

"One issue that both the Misesian and Proudhonian varieties can use to promote freedom is the deregulation of the banking industry."
tariffs

Tariffs: How Republicans Are Missing The Mark In Democratic Strategy

"A recent analysis conducted by the right-leaning organization “Tax Foundation” has found that the Trump tariffs have had an impact on consumers, which is something we all knew was going to happen. What this analysis focuses on, specifically, however, is exactly who is impacted the most of the consumers that have taken a hit. Those hit the hardest? Lower- and middle-class families."
deflation

Deflation: The Cure to the Economic Crisis of Government

"Estimates say that as much as 98% of the value of the US Dollar has disappeared since the Federal Reserve claimed a monopoly power over currency in the United States. The only reason the Dollar has not collapsed already is due to legal tender laws, which requires businesses to deal in US Dollars within the US."

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Democracy

The Myth of Democracy

"The manipulation and slanted use of the term allows for the masses to think that they have some sort of say in the process. However, the idea of American democracy is just as much myth as the idea that Denmark is socialist."
fair share

What Is Your Fair Share?

"When it comes to calculating our fair share, we would need surely to assess the benefits of how society is arranged and the ways we inherit and gain from the aspects that fall to our favor, no? Frankly, no."
Black City

This Day I Bid You Shout

"Thirty years had passed since the walls went up. They’d been celebrated within the Black City. Each white brick laid was one step closer to safety."