The Baguette Shop, or an economic parable on asymmetrical competition You own an artisanal bakery that makes the best $2 baguettes in town—business is booming. In fact, business is so good that a German bakery . . .
How Isaac Newton Lost a Fortune Isaac Newton was a genius—perhaps the most intelligent man to ever walk this earth. It was he who uncovered the laws of motion, he who unravelled light’s mysteries, and . . .
‘Globalist’ has Become a Useful Slur—but What Does it Really Mean? We will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism. ~Donald J Trump, April 27, 2016 In 1950 . . .
Economic Globalization Inevitably Leads to Political Globalism I’ve had my fair share of debates with so-called conservatives who, on the one hand, vociferously (and rightly) denounce political globalization, while at the same time they sing songs of . . .
William Dudley, Head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Torpedoed Trump’s Agenda In Mumbai, India William Dudley, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, blasted President Donald Trump‘s foreign trade policies at . . .
Ben Shapiro Calls Bernie Sanders A Liar—Then Lies Profusely. Earlier this week Bernie Sanders tweeted: 38 years ago, the top 0.1% owned about 7% of our nation’s wealth. Today, that same 0.1% owns 22% of the . . .
The Argument Against Economic Globalization & Globalism The Cato Institute boldly claims that free trade benefits all. Wrong. There are very few absolutes in life—and none in the realm of economics. There are exceptions and limitations . . .