People Having Unconventional Thoughts

Tom Woods discusses the Associated Press article, “Tea Party Vision for Montana Raising Concerns.” People in Montana have adopted unconventional views about how to reverse federal encroachments. We are supposed to be concerned about this, instead of about the encroachments themselves.

The Real Story of ‘Free Market’ Iceland

By Thomas Woods on February 26, 2011

The financial meltdown in Iceland was supposed to be the definitive argument against free markets, which were said to have caused that country’s terrible ordeal. Why, only a laissez-faire ideologue could cling to a belief in markets after this experience, etc. Now come Philipp Bagus and David Howden, two very young (and very bright — I think they’re both geniuses) Austrian economists, with the real story — which, it turns out, has plenty to do with central banking, moral hazard, and Austrian business cycle theory. Check out, in pdf, Deep Freeze: Iceland’s Economic Collapse

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