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In Tamny’s March 3rd piece in Real Clear Markets, he takes issue with Hudson Institute fellow Jeffrey Anderson and his belief in middle class tax relief as the source of better economic times. Key Tamny points, all government spending is … Continue reading
Tamny in RealClearMarkets, Key points: If wealth redistribution is truly the goal, then the ideal scenario would be one in which Spieth holds on to as much of his Masters paycheck as possible. Assuming what seems observably untrue, that Spieth … Continue reading
Love this article on economic lessons from the music industry of the 50s and 60s. As illustrated in Tamny’s book, Popular Economics, far from a dismal science, the lessons of economics surround us. http://www.forbes.com/sites/johntamny/2015/04/19/the-economic-story-behind-the-wrecking-crew-beach-boys-and-beatles/
John Tamny makes the point in his Forbes article, Oct 29, 2014, that even the savviest investors in the world would become blithering idiots when it comes their investments if they were in Government service, whether as politicians or bureaucrats. … Continue reading
John Tamny article, Oct 6, 2013, “Sorry Class Warriors, Small Businesses Are Not The Backbone Of The U.S. Economy.” Key Points: Taking nothing away from small businesses, in most instances they’re merely an effect of the big businesses around which … Continue reading
In his March 3 Forbes article, Tamny posits, …the simple, life-enhancing truth that when the wealth gap is increasing, that’s a certain signal that the lifestyle gap is shrinking–rapidly. …gaps in wealth drive creativity among the citizenry. (CF: ambition) The … Continue reading
Upon his death today at 98, David Henderson posted this on Econlib.
This timeless article is reprinted by the Library of Economics and Liberty. I encourage you to bookmark this site at www.econlib.org. Leonard E. Read (1898-1983) founded FEE in 1946 and served as its president until his death. “I, Pencil,” his … Continue reading
From October 22, 2012 article by Tamny in Forbes: “Though medical advances have historically elongated life all the while making it more livable, and cheaper, politicians think healthcare is too expensive. Because they don’t like the cost of something they deem essential, … Continue reading
Tamny argues regularly in print about these four basic economic principles. Light taxation Free trade Little to no regulation Stable money