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- Target Liberty: What Life Will Be Like for Americans After the COVID-19 Panic is Over
- What Would Rothbard Say About the Corona Epidemic | Mises Wire
- On the Cotto/Gottfried show
- Rabobank: Many Are Questioning The Point Of Having A Market If The Fed Is Backstopping Everything | Zero Hedge
- EconomicPolicyJournal.com: Democrats Are Attempting to Use the Coronavirus Panic as an Opportunity to Create a Digital Dollar and Accompanying Digital Wallet for Every American
- This Is Not A Recession. This Is A Government Imposed Shutdown Of The Private Sector. – Center for Individualism
- Suggested Readings
- The Coronavirus Is Not Causing Deaths—Weak Immune Systems Are –
- Neo-Socialist Trump To Invest for the Rest of Us
- The Fed goes to zero and more.
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A synopsis of my book that I wrote in May 1976!
Rabobank: Many Are Questioning The Point Of Having A Market If The Fed Is Backstopping Everything | Zero Hedge
EconomicPolicyJournal.com: Democrats Are Attempting to Use the Coronavirus Panic as an Opportunity to Create a Digital Dollar and Accompanying Digital Wallet for Every American
This Is Not A Recession. This Is A Government Imposed Shutdown Of The Private Sector. – Center for Individualism
The Law, Bastiat, http://bastiat.org/en/the_law.html
Economics in One Lesson, Hazlitt, https://fee.org/media/14946/economicsinonelesson.pdf
What Has Government Done to Our Money, Rothbard,
The Progressive Era, Rothbard, https://mises.org/library/progressive-era-0
As We Go Marching, Flynn, https://mises.org/library/we-go-marching
America’s Emerging Fascist Economy, Twight,
From Mutual Aid to the Welfare State,
Tax Free 2000, Sabrin,
Why the Federal Reserve Sucks, Sabrin,
Bloomberg pissed away more than a half-a-billion dollars; Steyer pissed away more than $200 million; Could have used the money to provide medical care for all Medicaid recipients
Michael Bloomberg, former New York City mayor and one of the richest individuals on the planet, spent more than $500 million just in advertising to win the Democratic nomination for president only to drop out of the race a couple days ago. When the final accounting is done he may have spent more than $700 million, which would’ve included the salaries for an army of campaign workers around the country.
The greatest colossal failure in American politics need not have had to happen. Bloomberg, one of the country’s great philanthropists, could have used the hundreds of millions of dollars that were spent on advertising and salaries with the more than $200 million fellow billionaire Tom Steyer spent, and together both billionaires literally could have funded 10,000 nonprofit health centers, which could replace Medicaid and save American taxpayers $600 billion per year… forever.
As of November 2019 more than 71 million Americans were enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP. If one nonprofit health center could provide free medical care for 7,100 individuals, then 10,000 centers would need to be created throughout the country. If the cost to equip one of the centers with medical equipment, furniture, computers and other hardware would cost $100,000 per center, the total cost for the 10,000 centers would be $1 billion. (Foundation grants and other contributions could reduce this amount substantially.) Hospitals, big-box stores, churches, synagogues and other religious institutions could provide the space needed for a nonprofit health center in their communities.Continue reading
Donald Trump likes to posture as a tough guy and part of that tough guy persona involves bragging about how much he’s spent on the US military.