My Encounter with Keynesian Propaganda…er, I mean, Teaching

I had the great privilege recently of attending an economics class at a local college with some of my friends.  Very fascinating, a different way to do school, that’s for sure. Reminds me of Einstein, “The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.” But I’ll try to…

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The Underground History of American Education

A new book is due out soon by John Taylor Gatto, read about it here. Samuel Blumenfield notes, “…with the educational-industrial complex, we are dealing with an entirely different animal, one that eats children alive, destroys minds, destroys families, undermines our culture, provides neither protection from our enemies nor academic…

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Take This Course At All Costs

Bob Murphy is giving a course this fall (September-November) on the Principles of Economics. He will cover: Thinking Like an Economist How We Develop Economic Principles Economic Concepts Implied by Action “Robinson Crusoe” Economics The Institution of Private Property Direct Exchange & Barter Prices Indirect Exchange and the Appearance of…

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