Freedom Digest: THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 2022

In the early stages of the Keynesian revolution, macroeconomists emphasized fiscal policy as the most powerful and balanced remedy for demand management. Gradually, shortcomings of fiscal policy became apparent. The shortcomings stem from timing, macroeconomic theory, and the deficit itself.

Paul Samuelson, Economics (15th ed.) [1995]

April 28, 2022
JFK’s Rejection of the Anti-Russia Animus
Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger is going ballistic over comments made by fellow congressman Rand Paul and Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson that supposedly suggest a support of Russia in the midst of the Russia-Ukraine war.  Never mind that neither Paul nor Tucker said any such thing. And never mind that the United States is ostensibly not a party to the war. …

John Maynard Keynes and Keynesian Economics
by Jacob G. Hornberger and
Richard M. Ebeling
The Future of Freedom Foundation
Supply Disturbances Do Not Explain High Inflation
by William J. Luther
Food Economics in One Argentine Lesson
by Mary Anastasia O’Grady
Wall Street Journal
The Problems With Disney and Florida
by Andrew P. Napolitano
Defund Police Budgets that Fuel the War on Drugs
by David Simon
Now Toronto
The Ukraine Conflict Is Not About American Freedom
by Andrew J. Bacevich
Russia-Ukraine Tensions Flared Early in the Post-Soviet Era
by Ted Galen Carpenter
National Interest
Nuclear War?
by Walter E. Block
Ron Paul Institute
The Backstory of NATO, Ukraine and Putin’s Fears
by Richard Miller
The Elections of Post-Constitutional America
by Peter Van Buren
with Scott Horton
The Scott Horton Show


We’re Only as Free as the Government Allows
by John W. Whitehead
We’re in a national state of denial. For years now, the government has been playing a cat-and-mouse game with the American people,…
There Is No Federal Solution
by Laurence M. Vance
The twentieth century in the United States can certainly be characterized by the massive increase in federal solutions to right every wrong, correct every …
Ludwig von Mises’s Idea on Self-Determination Might Have Saved Ukraine
by Richard M. Ebeling
With every passing day, the Russo-Ukrainian war becomes more of a huge human tragedy. The Ukrainian government admits that at least
Leftists Lose When People Move
by Scott McPherson
Over half of the American people believe the country is on the “wrong track,” according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released back in February. And …
The Immorality and Crises of Border Controls
by Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling
Why is the U.S. government prohibiting Ukrainian refugees from coming to the United States? Join FFF president …

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