Housing Continues to Crumble

Sales of existing homes sank another 5.4 percent in June, to a 5.12 million seasonally adjusted annual rate. That is the fifth

Micro-Microeconomics

Over one hundred fifty years ago, Carl Menger started his economic theorizing with the recognition that “goods” are useful things that satisfy

What Is Going On In Sri Lanka? (Video)

In Sri Lanka, ESG initiatives and monetary mismanagement have triggered an economic crisis.  Sri Lankans can no longer afford necessities such as food,

Liberty and the Power of the Purse

Even graduates of government schools know that America’s first major engagement with tyranny involved taxation. Strictly speaking, though, the American Revolution was

Will Google Ever Lose Its Monopoly?

Reprinted from the Independent Institute Actually, it’s a trick question.  Google (excuse me, Alphabet) doesn’t have a monopoly.  Not by any sensible definition of the