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Occupy Wall Street Crowd Blind to Benefits of Capitalism
11/11/2011 3:45 PM ET
Like in 'Life of Brian,' protesters assume medicine, material goods will exist without the economic system that makes them possible.
This Year's Midterm Elections Are All about Freedom
10/27/2010 6:14 PM ET
The federal government has pursued arbitrary, rather than constitutional powers; the voters will decide if the nation will continue to drift away from freedom.
The U.S. Needs Milton Friedman More than Ever
7/28/2010 11:33 AM ET
Famous economist who offered innovative economic ideas based on free enterprise and liberty would have turned 98 this week.
Econ 101: The Problem with Greece
5/5/2010 12:59 PM ET
U.S. should control spending, learn from Greek's debt crisis before it's too late.
Econ 101: Unemployment Insurance Promotes Unemployment
3/17/2010 2:09 PM ET
Incentives matter, so policymakers should consider economics when extending jobless benefits.
Econ 101: Do We Need a New Theory of Market Stability?
11/11/2009 1:51 PM ET
Newsweek editor argues against free markets, but evidence suggests regulation was to blame for economic collapse.
Econ 101: Health Care Reform
7/15/2009 12:30 PM ET
The market needs less government inefficiency not more to improve the system and lower health care costs.
Econ 101: That Old-Time Keynesian Theory
1/27/2009 8:30 AM ET
Nobel winner Krugman advocates consumption approach, but other prize winners disagree.
Econ 101: Financial Bailouts and the Rule of Law
12/4/2008 12:46 PM ET
Rule of law - not rule of men - is necessary for economic stability.
Econ 101: The Financial Crisis and Danger of Government Intervention
10/8/2008 7:12 AM ET
Current meltdown is the result of Washington's interference in free markets.
Econ 101: Spike in Money Supply Caused Inflation
8/27/2008 1:00 PM ET
Media oversimplify problem, rely too much on consumer price index.
Econ 101: Is the Fed a Source of Our Economic Problems?
7/16/2008 3:37 PM ET
A look at how the Federal Reserve works, and its effects on the economy, reveals the source of many of today's issues.
Econ 101: Old MacDonald Had a Subsidy
5/21/2008 2:07 PM ET
Veto-proof farm bill shows the power of politics to take and redistribute our money.
Econ 101: ElectionWatch: Presidents Shouldn't Have 'Plans'
4/9/2008 11:11 AM ET
Candidates race to present plans for the economy, education, health care and global warming - but a planned economy has never worked before.
Econ 101: The Great Depression
2/27/2008 2:47 PM ET
Why we're not in another one ... but politicians could take us there.
Econ 101: What does 'Recession' Mean?
1/23/2008 2:51 PM ET
We don't even know we've been in one until we're out.
Econ 101: What Does a Falling Dollar Mean?
11/7/2007 11:34 AM ET
What changes our exchange rate, and should we worry about it? BMI adviser Gary Wolfram explains.
Beware of Following Michigan's Steps Down the Road to Serfdom
10/10/2007 7:11 AM ET
Economically troubled state ironically turned to tax increases - a move that won't help its financial standing any time soon.
Econ 101: The Problem with Bailouts
9/5/2007 1:57 PM ET
Bailing out a bum sector of the economy - with my money and yours - sends the message that people can do whatever they want without consequences. And that idea is how the mortgage problem started.
Econ 101: Betting on the Media or the Market?
5/2/2007 12:25 PM ET
Dow record shows investor confidence, but the media worry over every aspect of the economy.
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