Review: The Bourgeois Virtues, by Deirdre N. McCloskey
Richard M. Salsman August 20, 2011
Richard M. Salsman reviews The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce, by Deirdre N. McCloskey.
Interview with Andy Kessler about the Virtue of Eating People
Daniel Wahl May 20, 2011
Daniel Wahl interviews Andy Kessler, author of Eat People: And Other Unapologetic Rules for Game-Changing Entrepreneurs.
An Interview with Andrew Schiff about Fishing Nets, Hut Gluts, and other Economic Matters
Craig Biddle November 20, 2010
The author and investor discusses his book, the state of economy, the cause of America’s financial problems, and investment possibilities under the circumstances.
Economics, Politics & Rights
Government Intervention: It's Not Just Bad for Business
Daniel Wahl July 20, 2010
In a recent article in Investor’s Business Daily, Thomas Sowell explains why Obama’s economic policies are bad for the economy: The current issue of Bloomberg Businessweek has a feature article about businesses that are just holding on to huge sums of money. They say, for example, that the pharmaceutical company…
There's Nothing "Bright" About the Stimulus Bill
Daniel Wahl June 18, 2010
Forbes recently published an argument against the stimulus bill, focusing on its so-called “dark side.” A little over a year ago the Obama administration passed a staggering $787 billion stimulus package designed to rescue the economy. More than half of that money has now been spent, and the economy is…
Does the SEC Care about Fraud?
Daniel Wahl May 20, 2010
Anyone concerned with freedom in the financial markets should read this new, internal review by the SEC, in which the Commission admits that it: failed to “take appropriate action” related to fraud at Allied Capital, a politically-connected company staffed with former SEC employees; did not visit Allied’s offices a single…