Monthly Archives: December 2010

31 Dec – Thought For The Day

When we allow (our government) to become our Teacher we are elevating it to a role for which it has no comparative moral authority. Continue reading

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30 Dec – Thought For The Day II

In a game there are winners and losers. But a business deal is always advantageous for both parties. Continue reading

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30 Dec – Thought For The Day

Compassion is not coercive and the good is destroyed when you abandon voluntary interactions in favor of force. Continue reading

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Boettke: Why Mises Matters

Interview of Boettke where he talks of Mises’ contributions to business cycle theory, the socialism/calculation debate, and the application of economics to a wide range of behavior beyond the financial. Continue reading

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So, How Much Do You Earn Per Second?

This morning I was introduced to this nifty calculator.  You can plug in your salary and figure out how much it is in a number of different time frames. The site also feature different people you may know and how … Continue reading

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A Love Song to Friedrich von Hayek

This song and video was introduced to me this morning by Virginia Postrel. Continue reading

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Loeper – Gold’s Twelve Month March to $3,800 an Ounce

“Before we pull the trigger on changing our clients’ asset allocation models, it is worth doing a bit of homework to verify that the odds are stacked in our clients’ favor…” Continue reading

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