Category Archives: Austrian Economics

Regulating Banks the Austrian Way

by David Howden Most people — from young to old and from all ends of the political spectrum — are united by a common bond. The idea that banks are deserving of taxpayer support is viewed as morally repugnant to … Continue reading

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Patrick Barron: The Simplicity of Sound Money

April 1, 2013 Steve Stanek In May, banking industry consultant Patrick Barron will be addressing the European Parliament and lobbying for Germany to exit the Eurozone, reestablish the Deutsche Mark as its official currency, and back it with physical gold. … Continue reading

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Michael McKay Presents Reality Economics Lessons #1 and #2

On December 7, 2012 Founder Michael McKay, at the invitation of Dr. Yuri Maltsev, spoke to four  economic classes at Carthage College on the basics of money and money management. In the 40 minute audio recording that is linked … Continue reading

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** Upside Down Monetary Thinking, CORRECTED **

An interview with Dr. Robert Murphy by Andy Katherman Andy Katherman interviews noted Austrian Economist Dr. Robert Murphy, who exposes the fallacious reasoning behind a body of knowledge that is unfortunately gaining traction in academia  and government called, Modern Monetary Theory. … Continue reading

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Guido Hülsmann on Mises’ invaluable legacy

2012 marks the centennial of the publication of one of the Austrian School of economics’ most important books on monetary theory: The Theory of Money and Creditby Ludwig von Mises. GoldMoney’s Andy Duncan interviews Professor Guido Hülsmann about his forthcoming … Continue reading

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Hoppe’s Dangerous Books

By Joakim Fagerstrom and Joakim Kampe, Introductory Comments by Founder, Michael J. McKay To the human mind held in captivity Freedom is an idea which, if it comes at all , can come slowly at first and then … Continue reading

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Smiling in Bodrum

By Michael J. McKay “Why are you smiling?” My friend asked me this as our van accelerated away on our departure from Bodrum, Turkey. I was unable to answer him, frankly, because I had stopped noticing. I guess I had … Continue reading

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Sword of Marathon, by Jack England

Book Review by Michael McKay Finally! Entertainment with Reality Economics! You may be, like me, near the end of your rope with Movies, TV and “entertainment” that as a persistent basic premise show Capitalists as ‘Evil Doer’s’ rather than potential … Continue reading

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** Educating for Liberty in Latin America: The Story of Universidad Francisco Marroquín **

Please join us for a fascinating interview with Giancarlo Ibarguen and Dane Starbuck to learn about Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala, the only university in the world dedicated to spreading the ideas of Liberty and Reality Economics. What does an … Continue reading

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The Only International Economic Policy that a Country Needs:

“Mind your own business which may result in a friend who never cashes your check.“ By Patrick Barron Executive Director, Look closely it says “Mind Your Own Business”

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