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Regulation and anti-trust is rarely about consumer protection. I was thinking about the old anti-trust suit brought against Microsoft over a decade ago. The claim went something like this: Microsoft developed its own web browser (Internet Explorer) that it packaged for “free” with its windows operating system software. Most hardware devices contracted with Microsoft to […]

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Whither an Excess Profits Tax

What is the World’s Most Profitable Company? If you guessed Exxon-Mobil, you would, of course, be correct. But what if I asked you who was the second most profitable company? Is it:

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the typical trucker of the “typical” politician? It’s not even a close competition! This interesting article from the Quad-City Times illustrates why. Truckers appreciate and understand Hayek and Leonard Read: Hills then removed his wristwatch, using it to explain his point of view: “Every piece of this watch was trucked from somewhere. If you can’t […]

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The Fed Can’t Do That

Learn about how the Fed has completely over-reached its statutory authority and is laying waste to the U.S. Constitution. We The People don’t seem to understand, or care, for that matter.

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