Archive for February, 2009
Robert Higgs on War, Taxes and Economic Crises
Stephen Halbrook with CNN’s Lou Dobbs on Gun Control
It Would Be Cheaper to Fight World War II Again
Notes on Marx
When Is an Earmark Not an Earmark?
People Respond to Incentives: Law Enforcement and No-Knock Raids
Excellent Bob Higgs Interview
The Waterloo of Keynesianism (Military and Domestic)
The Government’s Cure for Alcoholism—Whiskey, More and More Whiskey
Obama and Torture: “Chains We Can Believe In”
As if a Forced Cable Transition Isn’t Silly Enough
Court Puts 17 Detainees’ Freedom on Hold
New Strategy in War on Terror? Don’t Hold Your Breath
Alan Greenspan: Apologist for the Federal Reserve, Financial Bailouts and Bank Nationalizations
C-SPAN2 Covers Recarving Rushmore on Presidents Day
In Defense of the (Relatively) Great Warren G. Harding
Obama Adopts Bush Position on Renditioning, State Secrets
“Thank You,” Mr. Redford, for Gov’t-Subsidized Art
Regime Uncertainty Exemplified in the Fannie/Freddie Debacle
Economic Fascism Marches On
NAACP 100th Anniversary: Exploiting Color Instead of Erasing It
Higgs on FOX: Stimulus to Cost Each Family $10,000
The Jobs Actually Being “Created”
Rethinking California’s Prisons
“Stimulus Package” Parallels
Has “Historians Against the War” Become a Front for the Democratic Party?
Are We All Socialists Now? Not at All
The Politics of “Jobbery”: 1883-2009
A Stable, United Iraq Is Hardly a Sure Thing
Guantánamo and the Permanent Bureaucracy
Continuity We Can Believe In
Nancy Pelosi: “Every month 500 million Americans lose their jobs.”
Craig Pirrong on Intertemporal Consumption
Booker and Barack
Bootlegger-and-Baptist Alert
“Comparable Worth” Harms Women and Minorities
Vaclav Klaus Blasts Al Gore’s Climate Alarmism
These Projects Are Shovel-Ready, All Right
A New Study of the Political Economy of the Great Depression and World War II

  • Catalyst