Tag Archives: Yellen

Inflation & the Federal Reserve

The chatter-media class has hit its note in unison, unemployment is down and inflation is rising.  Even though the recession ended in June ’09, the U.S. economy has been in negative territory since late 2008. How best to explain this? … Continue reading

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A Plurality of Monetary Regimes

Brace yourself to absorb an onslaught chiefly derived from dubious assumptions about the exalted social, political claims of monetary policy, specifically the single most significant political, cultural achievement since the American Founding:  a defunct Keynesian empire and the resurgence of … Continue reading

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Smack Down @ Team Federal Reserve

We really shouldn’t believe for a moment that the affinity which compels most economists to join Keynesian “Kraft” in D.C. is benevolent leadership.  Keynes’ own Fabian beliefs notwithstanding, do we really need at this critical juncture in our Nations history, … Continue reading

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