I will have my own vid here soon… For now here is 1974 Nobel Laureate in Economics F.A. Hayek…
THE PRIMARY CIVIC DUTY: ECONOMICS FOR CITIZENS
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- Stocks and Bonds Hurt Alike Under Stagflation"When bonds and stocks decline a lot and simultaneously it suggests inflation is rising rapidly even as the economy is stagnating or contracting (or will soon do so). For most economists today, that combination is near-impossible." ~ Richard M. Salsman
- Inflation Increased In May, New Data Show"It is difficult to say precisely when the inflation tide will turn. But consumers should expect inflation to remain high throughout the rest of the year." ~ William J. Luther
- Tocqueville’s Worst Fears"Piketty is less concerned with promoting either political or individual freedom than he is with building a 'state' strong enough to push 'to its logical conclusion 'the movement towards 'real equality' as he conceives it." ~ David Lewis Schaefer
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