The Eurozone disaster, in just one paragraph
Keynes was high as a kite, says British journalist
Research shows most stimulus programs are not timely, targeted, or temporary
Laissez faire is the one thing that hasn’t been tried.
‘This was doubly stupid,’ now says Harvard prof
New economics-based rap video promotes views of Austrian economist, F.A. Hayek
The coming collapse of the welfare state will expose our misplaced faith in government.
A tax on celebrities would be terrible public policy, but it would teach celebrities a lesson.
A rift has emerged within the Democratic Party between liberal economists and elected officials who have shunned affiliation with the $787 billion stimulus
The Fed could face increasing pressure to deploy monetary policy to lift the economy out of a rut — a prospect that has unsettled officials at the central bank
Would John Maynard Keynes himself even agree with the Obama administration’s policies?
Entrepreneurs Day — the holiday that doesn’t exist but should.
Has the United States crossed a virtual economic point of no return?
We should have learned from the White House’s reliance on Mr. Zandi’s forecasts in January 2009 that magical “multipliers” yanked from some forecaster’s black box are evidence of nothing
Keynes vs. Hayek: The Great Debate Continues - CATO INSTITUTE
The debates raging over what policies will pull the U.S. economy out of its Great Recession replicate one that occurred during the Great Depression
Official documents pulled from the W.H. website are found to be littered with typos and grammar errors
OPINION: Durbin's crusade is doomed to fail - THE DAILY CALLER
Price controls inevitably create shortages and unintended consequences that hurt consumers and taxpayers alike. But if there’s one thing we can count on from Congress is they never let a bad idea die
Revisiting and reforming how the U.S. approaches economics