Monthly Archives: May 2012

What Will You Do During Retirement?

One of my favorite conversations is listening to clients tell me what they wish to accomplish during their lives. Oh, where will they find all the time? Continue reading

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The Bugler’s Cry- The Origin of “Taps”

On this Memorial Day, let us learn more about this historic tune. Continue reading

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Praxeology- Market Prices

Praxgirl’s series continues as she explains Mises’ view on market prices and what determines prices of goods and services. Continue reading

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Objectivism versus the Austrian School of Economics on Value

I am so glad I found this paper by Per-Olof Samuelsson. Samuelsson writes a blog on Objectivism and the Austrian School of Economics. Continue reading

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The House That Uncle Sam Built- Understanding the Great Recession

Steven Horwitz and Peter Boettke wrote a wonderful account of the Great Recession of 2008. Continue reading

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Peter Boettke Talks About “Living Economics” (Book)

We do not need to understand economics in order to experience the benefits of freedom of exchange and production. But we may very well need to understand economics in order to sustain and maintain the institutional framework that enables us to realize the benefits that flow from freedom of exchange and production. Continue reading

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American Beauty- A Couple Quotes.

He starts talking care of himself, finding things that make him happy, and, at the end, he discovers the joy of celebrating others’ happiness. Continue reading

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