Health Care, Hayek and Freedom

The 2,000+ page health care bill goes so far beyond what this country was founded on that it is difficult to...

gwolfram March 25, 2010

Regime Uncertainty and Economic Crisis

Regime uncertainty threatens the well-being of all but the politically connected.

gwolfram January 22, 2010

Jobs Summit Charade

Focusing on job creation rather than increasing the productive capacity of individuals leads to wrong-headed...

gwolfram December 7, 2009

James Madison vs. Harry Reid

It is imperative that we heed the warning of Madison...

gwolfram November 30, 2009

Why Not Actually Reform the Health Care Industry?

People alter their behavior when someone else is paying. Everyone knows that when taking a friend to dinner...

gwolfram September 28, 2009

Eliminate Clunker Health Care

The government -- especially Congress -- is notorious for underestimating the cost of programs it creates...

gwolfram August 18, 2009

100 Days of Obamanomics

Further down the road to serfdom.

gwolfram April 29, 2009

Toxic Assets and the Government's Web

Perhaps Newsweek was being prescient when it ran its February 7 cover "We Are All Socialists Now."

gwolfram March 25, 2009

Accounting Rules at Heart of Bank Crisis

The current situation creates uncertainty about the rules of the game and drives down all asset values.

gwolfram March 13, 2009

Democracy in Deficit

The Obama administration is driving us deeper into debt at a rate never before seen.

gwolfram March 4, 2009

Dangers of the Stimulus Bill

There are many reasons to oppose the so-called stimulus bill and none of them are partisan...

gwolfram February 9, 2009

Judging the Bailout

How we shall judge the success or failure of the actions undertaken by the Federal Reserve and United States...

gwolfram October 13, 2008

Econ 101: The Financial Crisis and Danger of Government Intervention

The current meltdown is the result of Washington's interference in free markets.

gwolfram October 10, 2008

Spike in Money Supply Caused Inflation

Media oversimplifies the problem, relying too much on consumer price index.

gwolfram September 3, 2008